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Can taking of clomid make a woman give birth to cojoined twins?

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kaismama 29 Jun 2015

No. Identical or conjoined twins are from one egg, that splits. Clomid stimulates ovulation and twins are possible but fraternal or non identical ones.

Stephen Treloar 3 Jul 2015

I have to say while my answer contradicts km it has to be put into perspective; 99%+ of live births are normal and as such the children have the same chance as any other.

Read this first: https://www.drugs.com/pregnancy/clomiphene.html
The second one: https://www.drugs.com/sfx/clomid-side-effects.html

Both mentioned conjoined twins and teratomatous malformation amongst others.

So km is 99% right and I'm 1% right. :-)

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