(by which I take it you mean two uterus
es), the sperm can enter the cervix as it would for
only a single <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>uterus</span>
, and go in and find an egg, all as usual. The main risk is not that you would fail to conceive, but that if there are two uterus
es, you would possibly have a small uterus
without enough capacity to hold a baby all the way to term, so the doctors would be most concerned about premature labor.