How Many Eggs Are Released during Ovulation?


There is usually one egg released during ovulation. There are chances of more than one egg being released and fertilized. Two eggs released during the ovulation period and fertilized can result in fraternal twins. Whereas, identical twins are from one fertilized egg.
Q&A Related to "How Many Eggs Are Released during Ovulation?"
It is different for every person and every cycle, sometimes one, sometimes several, this is how fraternal twins are produced, more than one egg gets fertilized and implants and starts
Most women ovulate anywhere between Day 11 - Day 21 of their cycle,
I don't know what calendar you are using, but the circled day is the day the eg is released. There are two things you should know: 1. Sperm can survive a couple days "hanging
Not Medical Advice: If the woman's body is working properly, the ovaries alternate each month. Sometimes more than one egg is released.
1 Additional Answer
In most women there is only one egg released during ovulation, there are times when a women may release more than one egg. It has been documented that one women released 6 eggs during a cycle.
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