Rumors have it that Hong Kong actress Leung Lok shing’s twins, born to wealthy Li Ka shing’s son, Li Ze kai, were actually obtained by “stealing” ovulation pills. Although Liang Luoshi ultimately failed to enter the Eastern Palace with her son as her wish, she brought hope to many women who wanted to conceive twins. Some people even believe that “having a disease can cure a disease, but not having a disease can strengthen one’s body”. It doesn’t matter if you try. Being able to conceive twins naturally brings great joy, but not having them will not have any impact.

Is this really the case? Not necessarily.

In theory, ovulation promoting drugs can cause both ovaries to ovulate simultaneously

Ovulation promoting drugs can cause both ovaries to ovulate at the same time, but does having more ovulation necessarily increase the chance of conceiving twins? That’s not necessarily true.

1. Low chance of naturally conceiving twins

Women generally have two ovaries. When one ovary ovulates, the other ovary is in a closed state, and there is very little chance of both ovaries ovulating at the same time, and usually only one egg is ovulated per month. So twins are rare among pregnant women, and naturally conceived twins mainly come from genetics, with a probability of about 1.5%. The probability of triplets and quadruplets is even lower, with only one in 100000 to one in 200000.

2. It seems that the key to increasing the chances of twins lies in “sperm”

Normally, a normal woman will ovulate one egg at a time, and ovulation promoting drugs will increase the number of ovulations in the woman. Therefore, in theory, to some extent, it increases the probability of conceiving multiple pregnancies. But as everyone knows, conception is not just about the egg. Sperm master is the key. Stimulating ovulation with ovulation promoting drugs can make it more difficult for sperm to enter the fallopian tubes. After all, it’s a triple poison, with more eggs, but it’s not certain if sperm can successfully find her!

Doctors caution: Ovulation promoting drugs may theoretically increase the chances of conceiving twins, but at the same time, they can significantly increase the risk of pregnancy and even put the fetus at risk of deformities!

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