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Twins From Different Fathers In One Womb (very Possible) by ElTommyBlaq(m): 3:46pm On Jan 14, 2017
http://primebaze.gq



Siblings can have different fathers; can twins
born of a woman have two fathers? The straight
answer is yes. Twins could be “bipaternal.” This
phenomenon occurs quite rarely (1 in a billion to
be exact), but several pairs of non-identical twins have been born, tested and found to be the
products of one womb, one pregnancy, but two
fathers.

It is often assumed that for twins, both eggs were
fertilized during a single act of intercourse.
However it is quite possible for one egg to be
fertilized during one act of intercourse, and the
other during another if the woman has
intercourse with two men within hours.

Normally, women ovulate only one healthy egg
per cycle. Fraternal twins are born when women
ovulate two healthy eggs and both get fertilised.
But it is also possible for two eggs to be ovulated
during the same cycle and fertilised at different
points within the five-day fertility window
resulting in twins. This process is known as
“superfecundation”. What this means is that each
egg can be fertilised by different sperms.

If a woman ovulates two or more eggs and she
has sex with more than one man while she’s
fertile, “heteropaternal superfecundation” can
occur, if the eggs get fertilised by sperm from the
two different fathers within the same ovulation
period.

Medical research shows that when a woman has
sex with two men within the same ovulation
window, it can result in bi-paternal twins, that
come when a woman releases two eggs during
ovulation instead of one — and both eggs are then
fertilized.

With bi-paternal twins, each egg is fertilized by
a different man’s sperm. A woman’s eggs can
live up to 24 hours in her reproductive system.
Sperm, on the other hand, can live up to five days
in the woman’s body..

So it is possible that a fertile woman could have
sex with one man and have sex with a different
man another time within the 24 hour period — and
then when her eggs are released, the two men’s
sperm living inside her could each fertilize an
egg.

Marcus and Lucas are twins with two different
fathers. They are one of only three known sets of
twins in the world who are genetic half-brothers.
Their mother Charlotte became pregnant when
she slept with ex-husband Michael and new
boyfriend Tommy within 48 hours. Nine months
later she gave birth to twins Marcus and Lucas,
who are genetic half-brothers because they were
fathered by both men.

Marcus was fathered by Michael and Lucas by
Tommy. Charlotte, who already had two sons by
Michael Nielsen, divorced him in August 2004.
She began dating Tommy even as Michael still
hoped to get back together with her and in the
heat of the moment they ended up in bed
together. Charlotte kept quiet about the incident
with Michael which was a one-off and went to
bed with Tommy. She later discovered she was
pregnant with twins and decided to inform both
men either could be father of the twins.

Marcus and Lucas were just a couple of weeks
old when it was discovered they didn’t look alike.
Tommy and Michael took a DNA test to find out
for certain that the boys had different fathers. The
test proved the twins did indeed have different
fathers. It stated: “The results do not imply that
the children Lucas Hilbrandt Nielsen and Marcus
Hilbrandt Nielsen have the same biological father.
The probability of this preclusion exceeds 99.99
per cent.”

Similar cases of bi-paternal twins have popped
up over time. In May 2015, a case in New Jersey
made news when a court ruled that a father did
not have to pay child support for a second twin
because DNA evidence showed that he was a
father to only one.

The mother gave birth to twin girls and named a
romantic partner, as the father of both children
when applying for public assistance. But after she
admitted that she had sex with another
unidentified man within a week of having had sex
with the bonafide partner, a DNA test was
ordered. The test results confirmed both men
fathered each of the girls.
CNN also reported fraternal twins in Vietnam
found to have different fathers in an “extremely
rare” case that came to light through a DNA
test.

They had their DNA tested at the Centre for
Genetic Analysis and Technology in Hanoi
because family members had been vocal about
notable differences in the children’s appearance.
There are rare cases in which a woman may
ovulate more than once during her cycle,
meaning that two eggs would be released at
different times. There are less than 10 known
cases of twins with different fathers in the world.
Fraternal twins make up about 2 percent of
pregnancies and bi-paternal twins are a fraction
of them.
But twins, who don’t look alike, do not necessarily
have separate fathers. Twins who have the same
father can look completely different and may
even appear to be of different races. Less than
one (0.001) per cent of fraternal twins are from
different fathers.
According to Dr. Virginia Beckett of the Royal
College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, if a
woman is going to sleep with more than one
partner at the same time it is perfectly feasible
that if she has twins they could have different
fathers.
“In this case these twins were conceived at the
same time even though the mother did not have
sex with the fathers at the same time. The sperm
from the first man would have been in her
fallopian tube, where it is effective for three to
four days. Then she had sex with the second
man and released two eggs. The eggs, which live
for 24 hours, were fertilised by different sperm
from the different men. The science is easily
explained, but it may have been less easy for the
mother to explain.

Source: http://primebaze.gq

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Re: Twins From Different Fathers In One Womb (very Possible) by Estharfabian(f): 3:52pm On Jan 14, 2017


Science is like so fücking confusing! sad


Was Arguing and rolling heads off with my coursemates the other day, only for this thread to prove my debate wrong. sad


couldn't feel anymore Dumb!
Re: Twins From Different Fathers In One Womb (very Possible) by mccoy47(m): 3:57pm On Jan 14, 2017
In otherwords dis can only happen in an orgy!

angry Hoes everywhere
Re: Twins From Different Fathers In One Womb (very Possible) by Thecassanova: 4:34pm On Jan 14, 2017
The nigga above me tho
Re: Twins From Different Fathers In One Womb (very Possible) by ikes9(m): 4:47pm On Jan 14, 2017
YES IT'S VERY POSSIBLE
they are called FRATERNAL twins...mother releases another ovary even after one has been fertilized...each twin has its own umbilical cord.. different points of PLACENTATION..etc

Science is just WONDERFUL
Re: Twins From Different Fathers In One Womb (very Possible) by ElTommyBlaq(m): 9:38pm On Jan 15, 2017
Alryt guys pls share with friends..
and visit my signature for more
Re: Twins From Different Fathers In One Womb (very Possible) by Abbeytoy(m): 10:05pm On Jan 15, 2017
ElTommyBlaq:
http://primebaze.gq



Siblings can have different fathers; can twins
born of a woman have two fathers? The straight
answer is yes. Twins could be “bipaternal.” This
phenomenon occurs quite rarely (1 in a billion to
be exact), but several pairs of non-identical twins have been born, tested and found to be the
products of one womb, one pregnancy, but two
fathers.

It is often assumed that for twins, both eggs were
fertilized during a single act of intercourse.
However it is quite possible for one egg to be
fertilized during one act of intercourse, and the
other during another if the woman has
intercourse with two men within hours.

Normally, women ovulate only one healthy egg
per cycle. Fraternal twins are born when women
ovulate two healthy eggs and both get fertilised.
But it is also possible for two eggs to be ovulated
during the same cycle and fertilised at different
points within the five-day fertility window
resulting in twins. This process is known as
“superfecundation”. What this means is that each
egg can be fertilised by different sperms.

If a woman ovulates two or more eggs and she
has sex with more than one man while she’s
fertile, “heteropaternal superfecundation” can
occur, if the eggs get fertilised by sperm from the
two different fathers within the same ovulation
period.

Medical research shows that when a woman has
sex with two men within the same ovulation
window, it can result in bi-paternal twins, that
come when a woman releases two eggs during
ovulation instead of one — and both eggs are then
fertilized.

With bi-paternal twins, each egg is fertilized by
a different man’s sperm. A woman’s eggs can
live up to 24 hours in her reproductive system.
Sperm, on the other hand, can live up to five days
in the woman’s body..

So it is possible that a fertile woman could have
sex with one man and have sex with a different
man another time within the 24 hour period — and
then when her eggs are released, the two men’s
sperm living inside her could each fertilize an
egg.

Marcus and Lucas are twins with two different
fathers. They are one of only three known sets of
twins in the world who are genetic half-brothers.
Their mother Charlotte became pregnant when
she slept with ex-husband Michael and new
boyfriend Tommy within 48 hours. Nine months
later she gave birth to twins Marcus and Lucas,
who are genetic half-brothers because they were
fathered by both men.

Marcus was fathered by Michael and Lucas by
Tommy. Charlotte, who already had two sons by
Michael Nielsen, divorced him in August 2004.
She began dating Tommy even as Michael still
hoped to get back together with her and in the
heat of the moment they ended up in bed
together. Charlotte kept quiet about the incident
with Michael which was a one-off and went to
bed with Tommy. She later discovered she was
pregnant with twins and decided to inform both
men either could be father of the twins.

Marcus and Lucas were just a couple of weeks
old when it was discovered they didn’t look alike.
Tommy and Michael took a DNA test to find out
for certain that the boys had different fathers. The
test proved the twins did indeed have different
fathers. It stated: “The results do not imply that
the children Lucas Hilbrandt Nielsen and Marcus
Hilbrandt Nielsen have the same biological father.
The probability of this preclusion exceeds 99.99
per cent.”

Similar cases of bi-paternal twins have popped
up over time. In May 2015, a case in New Jersey
made news when a court ruled that a father did
not have to pay child support for a second twin
because DNA evidence showed that he was a
father to only one.

The mother gave birth to twin girls and named a
romantic partner, as the father of both children
when applying for public assistance. But after she
admitted that she had sex with another
unidentified man within a week of having had sex
with the bonafide partner, a DNA test was
ordered. The test results confirmed both men
fathered each of the girls.
CNN also reported fraternal twins in Vietnam
found to have different fathers in an “extremely
rare” case that came to light through a DNA
test.

They had their DNA tested at the Centre for
Genetic Analysis and Technology in Hanoi
because family members had been vocal about
notable differences in the children’s appearance.
There are rare cases in which a woman may
ovulate more than once during her cycle,
meaning that two eggs would be released at
different times. There are less than 10 known
cases of twins with different fathers in the world.
Fraternal twins make up about 2 percent of
pregnancies and bi-paternal twins are a fraction
of them.
But twins, who don’t look alike, do not necessarily
have separate fathers. Twins who have the same
father can look completely different and may
even appear to be of different races. Less than
one (0.001) per cent of fraternal twins are from
different fathers.
According to Dr. Virginia Beckett of the Royal
College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, if a
woman is going to sleep with more than one
partner at the same time it is perfectly feasible
that if she has twins they could have different
fathers.
“In this case these twins were conceived at the
same time even though the mother did not have
sex with the fathers at the same time. The sperm
from the first man would have been in her
fallopian tube, where it is effective for three to
four days. Then she had sex with the second
man and released two eggs. The eggs, which live
for 24 hours, were fertilised by different sperm
from the different men. The science is easily
explained, but it may have been less easy for the
mother to explain.

Source: http://primebaze.gq


I don't even know for science again, that mother should have been killed and buried the so called science...

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