Unborn twins interact with each other as early as 14 weeks
Unborn twin babies socialize as early as week 14 of gestation, a new study has shown.
Italian researcher Dr. Umberto Castiello of the University of Padova and associates used an advanced method of ultrasonography, which enables the movements of the babies to be recorded over time in 3D, to study five pairs of twins from a sample of low-risk pregnant women attending the Institute of Child Health I.R.C.C.S. Burlo Garofolo.
The purpose of the study was to see how twins interacted with each other in their mothersâ wombs and to determine if the interaction was intentional or accidental....
That is a very interesting scientific study. I have been aware of the findings of that scientific study for years because it only seems logical that if one baby in the womb moves around and touches the uterine wall then two babies in the womb would touch each other and the uterine wall.