Yes, the Sema4 Noninvasive Prenatal Select standard panel is available for multiple gestation pregnancies. This panel tests for Trisomies 13, 18, and 21. While individual fetal sex cannot be reported, the presence or absence of the Y chromosome will be reported. The presence of the Y chromosome suggests that you’re having at least one boy - your other baby (or babies) may either be male or female. The absence of the Y chromosome suggests that you’re having all girls.