Unborn Twins Interact Early in Pregnancy

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Unborn Twins Interact Early in Pregnancy

Bradley Mattes   |   January 28, 2011

A new study shows unborn twins interact with each other at just 14 weeks after conception. They used special 3D ultrasound over a 20-minute period. It showed the babies making intentional movement toward themselves, the uterine wall and to the other twin. They repeated the test a month later and found the interaction with each other increased three-fold. A mother who while still expecting quads knew the personalities of her babies based on their interaction in the womb. She could tell when they changed spots, which ultrasound verified. She named her babies based on their personalities. After they were born, every child lived up to expectations. This is more solid, medical evidence unborn children are special and should be protected from abortion.

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