A High-Risk Pregnancy


Jenna and Jillian were a rare twin case because they were “monoamniotic twins,” which means they shared one amniotic sac during the nine-month pregnancy. The condition is considered to be high risk for complications and forced the girls’ mother to be on bed rest for 57 days. Their close quarters during gestation set the tone for their whole life, and it proved to be more significant than many originally thought.