this is a question for your care provider. They are really the only ones qualified to determine how your care differs for twins.
I am not sure if you need to double down for twins - I was on supplements (post-IVF) until week 9 and they wanted my numbers above 15. Congratulations to you! Talk to your doctor and see what they say.
DH (35) Me (34) Ovulate on my own, no MF issues, infertility unexplained. Failed Treatments: 3 rounds of Clomid (1 IUI); 2 rounds of injectibles (2 IUIs), and one IVF - all with great response but BFN. FET # 1 (November 2011) - 3 5-day blasts transferred (also doing acupuncture) - BFP! It's twins! (Betas: 9dp5dt - 371; 11dp5dt - 726; born at 36 weeks) (Total time TTC = 2 years).
15 is a pretty borderline number with a singleton. Some OB's are okay with anything over 10, some want it over 15, some prefer over 20 (and that is for singletons, not sure what numbers they want to see with multiples.)
With your history of miscarriage, I would not be surprised if they want your dose to increase, I would certainly ask them.
Congratulations on your twins!
thank you ladies i will run it across him monday. just figured id ask over the weekend. Angie congrats on your new pregnancy hope all goes well and you have a uneventful pregnancy!!