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What does it mean to ovulate two eggs with severe stomach ache after having tubes tied?

What does it mean when a female produce two eggs instead of one when she ovulate n her tubes been tied for five years n she s having bad stomach cramps but had a period already n the cramping started after she had ovulated two eggs n the pain n her left side n lower back
Asked On : Sun, 29 Sep 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2014
Hello and welcome,

It is possible to ovulate two eggs in one cycle as we know from studies of twin babies. So it is not very unusual. The tying of the tube does not have any effect on ovulation. The cramps may be occurring due to rupture of two follicles and release of fluids.

There may be other reasons for cramps like gastritis or stomach infection, kidney problems and uterine causes like fibroids. So please get an examination by a doctor to determine the cause.
Hope this satisfies your query.
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Dr Madhuri Bagde
Consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist
Answered: Sun, 23 Mar 2014
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