I normally wouldn't talk about this or say anything its quite embarresing....I am 12 weeks preg with my second child. Due November 13. I am with my first child's dad right now and have been for six years. We had a break up in January and I had unprotected sex...I would say it was January 20 ....after that we agreed to make things work in get back together. I was told my last period was on Feb.7 and I conceived sometime after that. So my question is ..is there anyway this baby could be the random guy I slept with January 20
Me and my bf were also sleeping together at the time and we were not being safe either...but the random guy dis pull out and my bf dint a few times .....I know I'm Probley ok but I still worry. Of course he believes it is his baby and I would hate for it not to be but I have to know...
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