Question: How Early Can You Deliver Twins Safely?

Do twins born at 36 weeks need NICU?

As a result of complications, late preterm babies may need to be admitted to a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) or even readmitted to the hospital after discharge.

RDS is by far the biggest risk for babies born at 36 weeks.

Baby boys seem to have more trouble than late preterm girls..

Is it safe to deliver twins at 36 weeks?

We did not find clear evidence to deliver twins with a shared placenta (monochorionic) before 36 weeks of pregnancy – two weeks after some guidelines – and so suggest that delivery should be considered at 36 weeks in these pregnancies.

Is it safe to deliver twins at 37 weeks?

WEDNESDAY, Sept. 7, 2016 (HealthDay News) — A woman carrying twins should deliver her babies at 37 weeks to reduce the risk of stillbirth and newborn death, new research says. A normal pregnancy usually lasts 40 weeks.

At what week are twins usually born?

36 weeksIf you’re carrying more than one baby, chances are good you’ll deliver early. Twins are usually born around 36 weeks — four weeks early. Triplets arrive at about 33 weeks, and quads often make their debut at 31 weeks.

What is the average weight of twins born at 36 weeks?

around 5 ½ poundsThe average birth weight of full-term twins (37 weeks or later, compared to 39-40 weeks for singletons) is around 5 ½ pounds each, though one baby often weighs more than the other.