Whos The Daddy

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LISA - January 6

SEPT 18-19 I HAD SEX WITH MY BFAN THEN SOMETHINGS HAPPENED AN I LEFT TOWN AN SELPT WITH SOMEONE ELSE ON SEPT 29-30. I WAS SUPOSSED TO START MY PERIOD ON SEPT 26-27 AN I DIDN'T. THEN OCT 4 I HAD SPOTTING FOR 4 DAYS AN MY DOCTOR SAYS THAT WAS MY PERIOD AN ON DEC 9 SHE SAID I WAS 9 WEEKS AN 3 DAYS WHICH THAT WENT BACK TO WHEN I WAS WITH THE OTHER GUY. WE DID USE A CONDOM BUT HE PRE-EJACULATED BEFORE HE PUT IT ON.I AM NOW 13 WEEKS AN 3 DAYS TO DAY. I REALLY NOT SURE WHAT I SHOULD DO. IF YOU COULD HELP ME I WOULD BE SO HAPPY.

 

Jules - January 9

you need to work out the date of your last proper period and then you generally ovulate 2 weeks after that. i would say that the person that you slept with just before, during or just after you ovulated would be the father. hope this helps :-)

 

Lesley - January 31

I had intercourse with a guy on Jan 4, 2005 he did not c_m inside then I had intercourse with my boyfriend on the 6th he did c_m inside. After I have had intercourse with my boy friend all other days he has come inside. I just found out I am pregnant. My last period was on dec. 27th Who is the daddy.

 

Emma - January 31

Hi, I have been looking at ovulation calendars trying to work out my ovulation dates - Lisa - if you can remember your last period before Sept 18/19, then we can work out when you ovulated and maybe try and figure out which guy is the Dad. Lesley - I checked the calendar, and based on the dates you have stated, your fertile period started on about 3 Jan, but you Ovulated on 6 Jan - so I would reckon your boyfriend is probably most likely the Dad - so you can probably relax. Good luck to you both.....

 

kate - January 31

Not to preach ..but where the paternity lies is the least of your problems.AIDS, HIV, STDS and other gross infections are out there and can most definitely harm an unborn child..or worse.Anytime you have unprotected s_x you can get pregnant..get a paternity test after the child is born.

 

? - February 2

Call Maury!

 

Cris - February 3

You don't have to wait until after the baby is born to see who the father is...there is a window of opportunity in pregnancy, between 17-22 weeks, I think, please check to verify, where you can do a paternity test to know for sure and prepare the father ahead of time. Call your dr. and ask, they should inform you of the correct weeks to do this... or call a paternity test place, they will know for sure!!

 

candice - February 17

so what was the date of your last period? and i can find out something im sure.

 

JR - February 17

I really want to think some of these posts are a joke. But I'm guessing they aren't. Any time you have unprotected s_x with two or more people in a cycle there really isn't any way to know for sure who the father is unless you do testing. Every woman is diffrent and there is no way to know when you ovulated for sure unless you where being monitored by a Dr or doing home testing for ovulation. So as hard as it may be you need to fess up and tell all the people that may be the father the true and get testing done as soon as it is possible to determine the father. Please don't take the easy way out and guess who the father is it's not right to do to the baby or the men involved. I really do hope you all figure this out..good luck.

 

Linz - February 22

You should be able to do a paternity test as early as 10 weeks. If your last period was on Sept 4 and your baby is due June 10 then the conception date would have been Sept 18. If your period was last on Sept 12 and your due date is on June 18 then the conception date would have been Sept 26. Check out: www.genetree.com/about/conception-calculator.asp

 

c - February 25

Nickollette why do you say the 2nd trimester us are not accurate? which one is? I'm in the same boat as you guys

 

nickollette - February 25

the first trimester has the most acurate measurements to determine ur edd, the estimate they give u for how far u are has an add on or minus of 5-7 days. in the seconf trimester the add or minus is close to two weeks.

 

C - February 27

So any ultra sound done before the 12 week which starts the 2nd trimester is pretty accuate within -5+5? And how do you know this?

 

nickollette - February 28

yes. bc my doctor told me so, they were kinda annoyed i didnt get in there before then. i went for my first checkup thinking i was 15 weeks and the u/s measured the baby to be 13w4d-14w3d. and with that they got p__sy at me for coming in for my first u/s during the second semester. but they put down in my folder the younger of the measurements which baffles me if they gave an estimate. but with them going for the younger date everthing is messed up it puts the conception date back to the one mistake night. but heres what bugs me even more...they said the baby was 10cm, which is roughly 3.9in, which everywhere ive read is the 14th week, so why would they go with the 13w4d estimate, when the baby's length said he is 14w?

 

C - February 28

I think it's your boyfriend, doctors really don't know, see you was already close to your period that's why you had a small one I think. When are you due?

 

Tracel - February 28

Maybe if all you girls kept your legs closed and only slept with one guy (especially when you have a boyfriend) maybe youd know who your babys daddy is and you wouldnt have to worry who the d__n kid belongs too!

 

cherry - April 21

im in a similar situation, I was with my boyfriend and he came inside of me. The next ay we broke up. 5 days later i slept with my ex before him as a type of revenge. A week later i found out i was pregnant with a home pregnancy test. My problem is i ovulated the same ay i was with my ex ex boyfriend. But, he pulled out. Sperm lives for around 7 days. so it could be either of theirs i think. I hate abortions and i dont now what to do.

 

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