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When I was in college and in my first long-term relationship, I eagerly planned our post-graduation — which meant marriage and babies by 28. I knew taking the leap to NYC would delay my "plans" for marriage and babies, but it was an offer I could not refuse and I never turned back. After college, my relationship ended and life took the most unexpected and amazing path that I ever could have predicted.Your heritage can affect your chances of having twins. For example, non-identical twins are most common in women of Central African origin, and least common in women of South-East Asian and Latin American origin. When I first moved here, I, once again, started the grueling task of getting into a new dating scene. I was no longer concerned with the traditional path to parenthood — meeting someone, dating for at least a year, being engaged for a year, then getting married and trying to conceive.Quick math told me that I didn't have that kind of time.
If you're a woman in your mid-30s or beyond, you have a greater chance than a younger woman of having twins or more. As you get older, you naturally produce more ovulation-stimulating hormones, which could trigger your ovaries to release several eggs each month. The use of some fertility treatments also increases the likelihood of a woman having twins. All treatments that stimulate the ovaries to release eggs or involve two or more embryos being transferred to the womb increase the chance of multiple births. This article has been written using the following sources: Hall JE. and I would have had a fraternal twin but my mom lost the other baby at three months.