It does not depend on the parent sometimes the parent can be part of a twin but then Neither one of their children will be twins or even have twins It sometimes skips even three generations. My father has cousins who are twins but not him or his sister are part of a twin which now makes us the third generation none of the grandchildren are twins which only increases the chances of either my sister or me having twins later on or even one of my brothers wives if they marry
Twins skip generations. So family history takes a toll on it. And older mothers are more likely to conceive twins than their younger counterparts. It's thought that the body accelerates ovulation as the biological clock starts ticking faster.
Once you have had a multiple pregnancy, you are significantly more likely to conceive -- and deliver twins again! In addition, a 2006 study found that women who consume dairy are five times as likely to have twins.
Fertility medications should increase the odds of having a multiple birth.
Since there are more problems with multiple births than single births no legitimate doctor would prescribe fertility medications for this purpose though.
This is real life not sims where you eat apples or somthing. It depends if there has been twins in the family history.. It gets passed on through the genes of the generations to come..
the only way I know for a couple to have twins is if either the mom or dad is a twin themself because otherwise if neither of them are then there's no chance of them having twins
It's genes, you can't go to a doctor and ask for a certain number.
Going to a doctor...there is not really any other way.