Me and my boyfriend had sex almost every day July August and September of 2012. On Aug.20th one guy went inside of me twice and that was it No ejaculation or anything. I even had a period after they which was my last month period on August 23 . I found out I was pregnant in October. I've done all the calculators on the net and they all add up to my boyfriend. Help me
Unless calculators are adding up to conception on August 20, and it seems unlikely that they would if your last period began on August 23, I don't know what you have to worry about. Did you have an early ultrasound that gave you an estimated due date?
It really does sound on all fronts like an early-September conception date. Don't worry. (Unless, of course, you are worried about what motivated you to sleep with someone else when you were in a relationship intense enough to have sex almost every day for three months.) If you never intend to cheat on your boyfriend again ever-ever-ever, I don't ordinarily recommend confession when things turn out the way you would like in terms of paternity. But if the fling (and also your worry over something that all indicators say is not a worry) are hints of an issue with your boyfriend that is bothering you, it might be worth doing some soul-searching over what the fling, and the worry, represent. If you do decide it was a signal of something larger, well, babies (and the endless vigilance and work they represent), are hard on a relationship. That makes now a good time to clear up any deeper issues you have going on that are not presently resolved.
Trust the dates that come from an ultrasound, if it is in the first trimester, over any other dates of any scenario you can dream up. The ultrasound has looked at the actual embryo and measured it. Doctors are advised that if an ultrasound says one date and the woman says another date based on her periods, they are to trust the ultrasound.
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