Ok so I am currently 23 weeks && 5days pregnant with twins. I had sex with my bf the who beginning of may and around the end of may I spotted but no heavy menstrual flow then around June 4th I made the stupid mistake of sleeping with my ex he wore a condom but I'm still wondering could my ex be the father I also slept with my bf June 5-23 I never saw a menstrual for June please help if you can
Since you are now 23+ weeks pregnant, you probably conceived sometime in May. So your current boyfriend is the father of your child. Also, since you spotted in May end (assuming around 29-30th May), then sex around 4-5th June would not have resulted in a baby. However, if you spotted earlier say around20-21st May or even up to 23-24th May, then also there is possibility of conception. However, since sex with your ex was protected, chances of his being the father are less. The only way to know this for sure is through a DNA test. Take care!
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