Just when I thought I was close to getting out of the TTTS danger zone, I realised that was only for chronic TTTS. Acute TTTS can happen anytime after 26 weeks of gestation and it usually occurs within 24 hours and its typically fatal. Like I need more things to worry about. TTTS only applies to my identical twins who have been the source of worry from day one because they share a placenta. So far they are doing well, but now it strikes my heart to know that the acute version of TTTS can take me by surprise. The only symptoms would be a sudden weight gain and leg swelling. But leg swells are common in pregnancy, so its hard to tell.
I can’t do much I guess except to continue drinking tons of water, milk and protein shakes and eat well.
And now I have terrible pregnancy rash. I am itching like mad all over my legs and hands. No moisturiser helps! They say its because of hormonal changes. Like I need more reasons for sleep to be difficult
10 more weeks to go.