Now you have arrived at this site, it may seem to be a bit confusing at first - so many pages and so much information!
So here is some advice:
1. Gather as much information as you can about twin or multiple pregnancies and womb twin survivors. Visit these pages:
2. See what you can work out about your own womb story - you may already have full details, otherwise you will have to use your intuition as you explore the information. (It may help you to know that almost invariably, there is an attraction towards the same scenario that you experienced.) Visit these pages:
We are often asked whether there are other ways, apart from a pregnancy ultrasound, to find 'proof' that one is a womb twin survivor. We have found that kinesiology, chiropractic treatment and NET (Neuro Emotional Technique) can be helpful.
3. Soon you will be ready to walk the healing path.
A twin pregnancy of about 10 weeks. The lower sac contains a live fetus but the fetus in the upper sac has died. The sense of Something or Someone being there for a while but now gone missing, will remain somewhere in the back of the mind of the sole survivor - the womb twin survivor.
This project, started by Althea Hayton in 2003, is the first project of its kind to explore in depth the psychological impact on the sole survivor when a co-twin dies during pregnancy or close to birth.
It would seem impossible that such an early event could leave an impression - but we now know it is true. So if you have always had a sense of being a twin, you are probably right, and above all, you are not crazy!