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I Had Sexual Intercourse Around Dec 6 dec 7 With This Guy Then I Had Sex With My Ex Dec 19 And I Had Implantation dec 29 My Last Mentstral Was Nov 28 2012 By My Mentstral My Due Date Is Sept 4 By My u/s My Due Date Is Sept 12 who Could Be The Father Please Help
Only sure fire way you will know is through a DNA test. And some advice! Use protection in the future Hun, it stops all this confusion and its not just unexpected/wanted pregnancy you should protect yourself against but STD's and what not as well! Be smArt with you budy Hun because its your future!
All the best
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