How Long Does an Egg Survive after Ovulation?

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The length of time an egg can survive after ovulation is 24-48 hours after it's released. Sperm can live in the human body anywhere from 4-5 days which gives a high probability of pregnancy. Woman are most fertile the day after their periods and the day before.
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The woman's egg can survivefor up to 24 hours. But Two or more eggs may be released over the 24 hours. So, technically a woman has a fertile egg for a max of 2 days. It's important
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Between 24-48 hours. After that it takes about 14 days for your body to prepare itself to dispose of it and the uterus lining and have your period. Sperm can live up to 5 days so
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An egg can survive in your fallopian tube for about 24 hours
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Mittelschmerz is one-sided, lower abdominal pain that occurs in women at or around the time of an egg is released from the ovaries (ovulation). Alternative Names Ovulation pain; Midcycle
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