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What consequences can evanescent twin syndrome have on the other fetus?

By Marta Barranquero Gómez.
Last Update: 05/28/2019

There are numerous studies that indicate the various consequences suffered by the fetus that survives after the evanescent twin syndrome. If the loss occurs before the 8th week of gestation, organs such as the heart of the surviving fetus may be damaged.

However, evanescent twin syndrome does not usually have serious consequences for the twin, which continues to develop if it occurs in later weeks of pregnancy.

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 Marta Barranquero Gómez
Marta Barranquero Gómez
Embryologist
Graduated in Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences by the University of Valencia (UV) and specialized in Assisted Reproduction by the University of Alcalá de Henares (UAH) in collaboration with Ginefiv and in Clinical Genetics by the University of Alcalá de Henares (UAH).
Embryologist. Graduated in Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences by the University of Valencia (UV) and specialized in Assisted Reproduction by the University of Alcalá de Henares (UAH) in collaboration with Ginefiv and in Clinical Genetics by the University of Alcalá de Henares (UAH).
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