I heard a rumor that the probability of having twins skips a generation. For example: my grandparents had twins- my two uncles. This would mean (in theory) the higher probability would skip their generation and affect mine. I was wondering if any of you have heard about this. Is it true? Bogus?
Some times yes, sometimes every generation. My first husbands mother was a twin and my father was a twin. As far as I know I had no twins(i miscarried 6 times) I have 3 singletons. But my children for sure will probably have twins. Only 2 singleton grandchildren so far.
i have heard it skips a generation also. my grandmother had twins and so did her sister, however, none of their children have not had twins so i am hoping i will be one of the grandchildren carrying multiples.. since we have all heard it skips a generation:)