I have heard that women can ovulate at any time?

(…), on mirtazapine, quetiapine, zopiclone, citalopram.
I had unprotected sex three weeks ago, when my period was already 3 days overdue. Is it at all possible that I could have been ovulating then? I have heard that women can ovulate at any time, and some women, twice in a month. I completely missed my period after that, and I have had other pregnancy symptoms such as severe menstrual cramps, pink blood spotting and extra vaginal discharge.
Is there any chance I could be pregnant?
I hope so.

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A woman cannot ovulate more than once during each cycle. Therefore, she cannot get pregnant more than once during a cycle. Multiple ovulation can occur and is when two or more eggs are released in a single cycle. Both eggs are released during one 24 hour period and are responsible for the birth of fraternal twins.