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Triplets plus


Factsheet for Parents of Triplets, Quads or More! Click to download.


Sue Plenty is a mother of triplets and has been the volunteer coordinator for the Triplets group for many years. She is happy to chat to any parents who:

  • Have found out they are expecting triplets or more and would like suggestions on how to cope

  • Are coping with triplets or more on a daily basis

  • Have higher multiples in their teenage years 

We have a Facebook support group for triplet parents which is a great community supporting each other. Please email support-team@tamba.org.uk for more information. This group is moderated by Tamba Support Team and our parent moderators. 

Please note to access our Tamba support groups you either need to provide your current Tamba membership number or if you are not a member of Tamba for security you must be willing to provide your contact details.

To help you during pregnancy and the early days, we're created a factsheet for parents expecting three or more. It includes helpful information, frequently asked questions and stories for parents of triplets and quads. If you prefer, you can also download the factsheet in three separate sections:

You can also watch two video series, one by a mum and one by a dad of triplets, on our triplet and quads information page. 

Do you need a translator?

If you want to find out more about Tamba's support services, but struggle with English, we can provide you with an interpreter to help you access this service. All you have to do is call the office, or get someone to call on your behalf, on 01252 332344 and request a translator. From there we will then organise a time and date to give you a call with a translator on the line. Tamba’s translation services are provided by LanguageLine Solutions. who can translate into over 180 different languages. See our translation page for more information.


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Twinline 0800 138 0509. Free support and advice for people expecting twins or already looking after twins.