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How long does ovulation take if you release more than one egg in one cycle?
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Dr. Wayne Ingram
Obstetrics & Gynecology
In brief: It varies
Simultaneous ovulation of two separate eggs can occur and be fertilized by two separate sperm and are known as fraternal twins two separate eggs can also be released days apart with the same result.

In brief: It varies
Simultaneous ovulation of two separate eggs can occur and be fertilized by two separate sperm and are known as fraternal twins two separate eggs can also be released days apart with the same result.
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Dr. PAUL EUN
Obstetrics & Gynecology
In brief: Not long
If you release more than one egg in one cycle, they will both be released (ovulation) simultaneously or very close together.

In brief: Not long
If you release more than one egg in one cycle, they will both be released (ovulation) simultaneously or very close together.
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Dr. Bryan Treacy
Gynecology
In brief: Depends
It may last up to two weeks in my personal experience.
I treated a woman with Clomiphene citrate once who carried twins that were exactly two weeks apart in size & gestational age status. I postulated that she had ovulated twice, two weeks apart, & conceived with both ovulations. This is called superfecundity & can occur spontaneously.

In brief: Depends
It may last up to two weeks in my personal experience.
I treated a woman with Clomiphene citrate once who carried twins that were exactly two weeks apart in size & gestational age status. I postulated that she had ovulated twice, two weeks apart, & conceived with both ovulations. This is called superfecundity & can occur spontaneously.
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