Pregnancy: make our quiz unusual

Pregnancy: make our quiz unusual

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Do you think you already know everything about pregnancy? So, answer our quirky and quirky questions, inspired by Melissa Heckscher's book, "Pregnant women do not only ask ridiculous questions". To your mice!

Question (1/7)

A woman may be pregnant with two children at the same time, conceived on two different dates.

That's right. It's wrong.


It is extremely rare. There have been scarcely 10 cases in the world, but this phenomenon is called "superficial". It occurs when a woman ovulates twice during the same cycle. This second ovulation can then give rise to a second pregnancy, in the same uterus. In 2009, a couple of Americans had conceived two children as well, a girl and a boy, 2 weeks apart.