The rate of multiple birth has gone up tremendously in the last few decades for a variety of reasons including fertility treatments like Clomid and in vitro fertilization (IVF) as well as women delaying childbearing until they are older. Whatever the reason, the likelihood that you're expecting twins, triplets or more has increased.
This quiz is designed to have fun and give you a look at some of the "risk" factors that we look for when it comes to twin or multiple birth. It in no way replaces good medical care from your doctor or midwife. But it can help you think in terms of the likelihood that you're having (possibly) more than one baby. It's also important to note that you can have zero risk factors and still be pregnant with twins. Listen to your body and get the care you need!