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When mucus and temps don't line up, mucus always trumps temps. Ovulation is confirmed when you have both a thermal shift and a mucus dry up. You're not ovulating again, no. When double ovulation occurs, the second ova is released within 24 hours of the first one - so you wouldn't see it reflected in charting. There would still only be one thermal shift and one mucus dry up, even if more than one egg was released. Ovulation pain can occur prior to ovulation, during an *attempt* at ovulation even if it's not successful, and during successful ovulation - so that's why it's a secondary sign, but not a primary sign. If you're still observing fertile mucus, then you may still be trying to ovulate.