Mother carrying twins in her womb should opt for baby birth in the 37th week of her gestation period. It has been found through the world's biggest study, which was being conducted to know the best timing for uncomplicated delivery of twins.
The study, which has found its place in the British Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, was based on the assessment of 235 women from Australia, New Zealand and Italy. Lead researcher Jodie Dodd, who is a professor in the University of Adelaide's Robinson Institute, was of the view that the twins born at the 37th week are less small in comparison to twins being born at other time of gestational period.
"We found that at 37 weeks, elective birth is associated with a significant reduction in the risk of serious morbidity for infants, without increasing complications related to immaturity", said Dodd.
The study researchers are expecting that the study will raise awareness among doctors and in return they will recommend the same to their female patients. Dodd repeated that if women want healthy twins and that too without undergoing any kind of complications, then she should try to give birth at the 37th week of her gestation period.
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