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Re : Posting Abbreviations?

Post by catherine » Sun Apr 27, 2003 08:14 am

I think that the DZ refers to the kind of twins, monozygotic (MZ)twins are the identical kind, DZ would be fraternal, derived from the fertilization of two separate eggs. I can't swear though, my embryology is from a long time ago and 90% of that was scratched onto colored pencils to try bluffing the diagrams [:I]

Catherine (36)
DH, Dave (40)
Finn (6)
Lucy (1 1/2)
"Skelitor" due 7/31/03

Re : Posting Abbreviations?

Post by paljane8 » Sun Apr 27, 2003 09:28 am

Hi Ellen,

Don't feel ignorant. I think that there are no responses yet to your question because we are all thinking-uh, I hope I am using the right translation. I assume that DH is dear husband, DS-dear son, DD-dear daughter. If I have just made a fool of myself, someone please correct me! DZ? Not sure. Has anyone given birth to a dear zebra? Seriously though, could it be disease????

Nancy-34
dh-34
Scott-born 05-14-99 @38 weeks-PE
EDD-05-31-03

Posting Abbreviations?

Post by eandslane » Sat Apr 26, 2003 02:32 am

Hi! At the risk of sounding completely ingnorant [:I], could you explain some of the commonly used abbreviations? Such as:

DH
DD/DS/DZ

I sort of guessed by context that the DH meant husband or dad...and then used in it my own signature! Hope I got it right!

Thanks,
Ellen

Ellen (37)
DH Sam (37)
Joseph 3/26/98 37 wks PE/HELLP
Emma 5/2/00 38 wks HELLP?
Matthew 3/30/02 25-26 wks PE/eclampsia (doing great now!)

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