Yes, but its incredibly rare. It means that her body would have to have released an egg again during her current pregnancy via ovulation. I’ve only ever heard of very few cases that its ever happened to.
No she cannot because male sperm cells literally "fight each other" on contact because you have about three different type of sperm cells attackers/kamakazi,deffendersand last but not least sprinters so yeah she can not get pregnant by two men
It is Impossible
No. An egg is fertisilised by a single sperm that has fought its way through the wall of the egg. Once that sperm has entered the egg the cell wall become impervious to sperm. Sometimes the egg can split into two and this will cause identical twins. Fraternal Twins (non identical) are caused by two eggs being fertilised by two sperm
It's very rare, but it can happen. It has to start with the woman's menstrual cycle releasing two eggs(almost) simultaneously, and the woman then having sex with two different men in rapid succession. The result can be a twin pregnancy, with each twin having a different father.
Not at the same time. An egg is fertlized by only one sperm cell. Even if a woman had sexual intercourse with more than one man, only one sperm will connect with the egg. Under very rare circumatances she could have twins with different fathers, but that is not A baby- but two.
She can but it's very rare. It means that she has to ovulate 2 eggs and she has to have had sex with both the men during her ovulation so the twins have different fathers. One baby can only have one biological father though and once conceived the paternity does not change.
yes it is POSSIBLE because if women have sex with two different men in one night the sperm goes in the vagina and the women gets pregnant
The girl can not get pregnant but her baby can if its a girl and so can her baby's baby if its a girl too. We try to prevent this from happening because it is very unhealthy for the babies.
No. Unless she had like a glass of sperm and poured it into your vagina.
Yes, but not monozygotic twins. There are cases where a woman was impregnated by two (or more?) men very close in time to each other, and two ova were fertilized by different men. In that case black and white twins are quite possible.
Not at the same time to create a single baby. But it is possible that if the woman has two eggs then two different men can fertilize them, resulting in fraternal twins that are half-brothers.
it means that different people can do the same thing at the same time
They both dressed as men, they both built many monuments, and they both ruled in the New Kingdom.
You can certainly have your feet in two different countries at the same time.
Every woman is a little different in this matter, but the average is about 28 days. That's not quite one calendar month, so a woman's periods will generally NOT correspond with the same day of each 30- or 31-day calendar month.
Between 4-10 days. It's different for every woman.
When you are over 21
the sun sets at the same time
For heaven's sake, I hope you don't think that there's any time in the operation of a man's body that he can't impregnate someone... with the possible exception of perhaps the first hour after he's already impregnated someone else. The only real schedule that needs to be tracked is the woman's ovulation. If the man is there in the room, then nothing else about him has any relevance to the calculation.
I think it's about time.