Theory:

Pregnancy or Gestation:
Gestation is the time period during which the embryo attains its development in the uterus.
Normally gestation period of humans lasts about \(280 \)days. During pregnancy, the uterus expands nearly \(500\) times the normal size.
Parturition:
The expulsion of the fully-grown foetus from the mother's uterus at the end of gestation is called parturition.
It is the process of giving birth to a completely developed foetus. Parturition involves different processes that provide the driving force for the baby to come out. The signals for childbirth starts from the fully matured foetus and the placenta that induce the uterine contractions.
 
First, oxytocin from the posterior pituitary lobe stimulates the strong contractions of the uterine wall. Childbirth starts with a series of contractions of the uterine walls and muscles. Due to the contractions, the head of the baby gets pushed along the uterus.
 
Next, the cervix widens, which facilitates the expulsion of the baby. Thus, the baby is delivered from the mother’s womb along with the umbilical cord, causing birth. The uterus of the mother attains back to the normal size after the delivery of the baby.
 
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The different phenomena involved in the formation of the embryo and its development
Lactation:
The process of milk production after childbirth from the mammary glands of the mother is called lactation.
The female's mammary glands differentiate during pregnancy and start producing milk at the end of pregnancy and after the successful parturition. Milk secretion from the alveoli of mammary glands is stimulated under the influence of the hormone prolactin (PRL). The hormone oxytocin stimulates the ejection of milk.
The first fluid which is released from the mammary gland after childbirth is called the colostrum.
Colostrum is a yellow fluid rich in protein (mainly lactalbumin and lactoprotein) and contains antibodies that provide immunity to the newborn.
Important!
The milk produced from the breast during the first \(2\) to \(3\) days after childbirth is called colostrum. It contains antibodies that provide immunity to the newborn.
The below video represents parturition and lactation:
 
Formation of twins:
Generally, human beings produce one offspring. However, sometimes, the development of two embryos takes place. When two embryos are developed simultaneously, twins are born. The twins can be: 
 
1. Identical twins 
 
2. Fraternal twins
 
Identical twins:
 
Identical twins are also called monozygotic twins, as they develop from a single zygote. The splitting of a single zygote forms two separate embryos. Since they originate from the same sperm and the ovum, they have the same sex and identical characteristics.
 
Fraternal twins:
  
Fraternal twins are also called dizygotic twins. They are formed due to the fertilisation of two different ova, fertilised by two different sperm. Fraternal twins  may be of the same or different sex and have different characteristics.
 
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Identical and fraternal twins
Reference:
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Identical-fraternal-sperm-egg.svg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2RiwGPRb_Sw&t=167s