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WHO IS THE DADDY
Hi- please help. My LMP started on the 07/07/2017- and last about 5days. On the 07/07/2017 I had intercourse (first day of LMP) With a guy and used a condom( This was a mistake btw it never should have happened). I then had intercourse with a my guy on dates 13.07.2017,15.07.2017,22.07.2017 and 28.07.2017 ( without protection). and I am now pregnant. Is this my guys baby or the mistakes baby?
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Almost certainly the boyfriend's baby and not the mistake's baby. Even a person with really irregular cycles is unlikely to have ovulated close enough to the first day of her period to be at risk from sex that was on the first day of the period. If the guy's sperm got into your fallopian tubes (which is less likely to have happened if you used a condom) it might have lived up to five or six days, but unless your menstrual month is so short as to be medically very unusual, you would not have been ovulating on day 5 or 6 of your cycle.

Are you confused because you are presently 7 weeks 4 days gestational age (GA)? Did you get that number from a medical person? You should know that all medical people begin their count of "weeks pregnant" on the first day of the woman's last period. To a doc, the pregnancy time period begins on day 1 of bleeding, not on the date of conception.

If you have not done so, get an ultrasound now, and ask the doctor for your estimated due date based only on the measurements and developmental markers of the baby. (Don't just go home with a "weeks pregnant" figure, it will only confuse and distress you.) The way to be sure that your first day of your last period doesn't influence what information the doctor gives you is to either tell the doc that your cycles are so irregular that you don't want the GA count to use the first day of your last period as the start point when computing your due date, or just say you don't know when your last period began. They will then give you an estimated due date based only on the baby's measurements as seen in the ultrasound. Be sure you get the estimated due date, not just a "weeks pregnant" count.

Once you have a due date from an ultrasound, take it home and put it into an online conception calculator, or just count manually back from it 266 days on a calendar. That will give you your estimated conception date.

I assume that will point to the times you had unprotected sex with your boyfriend, not the time you had protected sex on the first day of your period.

Also, you're going to be a mom. That is an excellent reason to take your responsibility to your relationship with your boyfriend very seriously. He's going to take on a life-changing responsibility with you, and deserves a partner who will never again play him false.The way you atone for your little fling is to make him the happiest dad in the world forever, no side glances, no doubts.

Good luck!
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