Yes, I think it's a 50/50 chance, no matter how fast the sperm go. It's kind of like the tortis (worng spelling...) and the hare: Just finish the race! So the sperm just have to get there... anyways:) Well, I think whatever God gives you will be a miracle! Multiples run in my family: fraturnal multiples, because my mom and my grand mother have "active ovaries" and produced more than one egg every month. So, we weren't surprised to find out my mom was having multiples: twins! Or so we thought.... we go to the hospital at maybe 7-10 weeks along and the tech says "oh wow, three babies, what a blessing" and my mom was like "what? 3 babies? Oh my goodness!!!" So, we were all in shock for a while, but we got over it. Then at 22 weeks, we found out: 2 boys and 1 girl. Well, at 27 weeks, we found out it was actually 3 boys. So, my brothers are aged 5, 2, 2, 2. And then, my mom found out she was having twins: but they weren't fraturnal like we had thought, they were identical... so 2 un-related multiple births... yeah. So anyways, I know GG and BB and GB twins that are fraturnal... odds are probably 50/50. Good luck and God bless!
EDIT: Okay, here are some twin facts:
-In the 21st century, 3% (3/100 or 1/33) births are twins.
Of the five types of twin births, about 40% are fraternal boy/girl, followed by girl/girl fraternal and boy/boy fraternal. Identical twins are the least common, with boy/boy identical representing the least common percentage of all twin births.
Order of frequency:
1. fraternal boy/girl
2. fraternal girl/girl
3. fraternal boy/boy
4. identical girl/girl
5. identical boy/boy
I guess I take back what I said about 50%... sorry:)
· 1 decade ago