Multiple gestation is considered a high-risk pregnancy. In India, 1% of the pregnancies are twin gestation and 10% of perinatal mortality can be attributed to twin pregnancies.
Materials and Methods: This was a retrospective record-based study conducted in obs and gynae department of pt B. D Sharma PGIMS, Rohtak over a period of 2 years. Hospital records were analyzed. Maternal demographic factors, Obstetrical associated complications and fetal outcome were also recorded.
Results: Incidence of twin delivery was 11.4%. 56.1% of patients belongs to an age group of 21-25 years.64.6% delivered between 32-37 weeks, 67.6% landed into spontaneous labour and anaemia was seen in 48% and preterm labour (69.2%) accounting for low birth weight babies.
Conclusion: There is an increased risk of adverse maternal and fetal otcome in twin pregnancy therefore there is a need of a special antenatal care in such patients and timely referral.