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16 hours in the DNA / Paternity Community - 3
No, human gestation is nine months. Actually, 266 days from conception to full-term birth, or 280 days counted the medical way (from the first day of the last period). Not a year, by anyone's count. Try not to stress.
16 hours in the DNA / Paternity Community - 1
Go with your ob's approach.
16 hours in the DNA / Paternity Community - 8
I think it is a good idea to have a DNA test, you are not stupid to do one. The conception calculator I use puts both guys in range.
16 hours in the DNA / Paternity Community - 2
If you have had an active life and lots of boyfriends, it is not unheard-of for a husband to worry and wonder, especially if you are recently married and if you got pregnant right away. If he has no reason to wonder and shouted it at you in a fight, that is in a way a different question than if he asked you sort of concerned because he's been brooding a...
16 hours in the DNA / Paternity Community Best Answer - 2
Go by the first ultrasound. Babies grow at different rates, but they all start out the same (one cell, then two, then four). Later in the pregnancy some are bigger and some are littler than average.
Sep 17, 2014 in the Women's Health Community - 1
http://teens.webmd.com/girls-puberty-10/girls-menstrual-cycle is one link, and there are a lot more.
Sep 17, 2014 in the Pregnancy 18-24 Community - 10
If the relationship is over, I would not name the baby his name. You're the one who is going to be doing the arduous 24/7 care, and taking the child to school, the hospital, and the playdates. Do you want to have to explain to everyone and anyone that although your name is Smith and your baby's name is Jones, you really are the baby's mother?...
Sep 17, 2014 in the DNA / Paternity Community - 9
No, sweetheart, I'm a lawyer. I've been answering questions on MedHelp for 7 years, and took on the DNA/Paternity forum when they created it because people on the other forums can sometimes get pretty heated up when someone writes in with this problem. There is an ultrasound tech who reads and writes on the site and I've checked some of my as...
Sep 17, 2014 in the DNA / Paternity Community - 9
No ultrasound can tell you absolutely that one of two guys was the dad when you had sex with both very near your (computed) conception date. By the ninth week, ultrasounds can be two or three days off, making either guy a likely candidate. The guy pulled out, but sperm can be in pre-ejaculate, and he ejaculated in the area. You say you have had sex with ...
Sep 17, 2014 in the DNA / Paternity Community - 17
Then, unfortunately, there will not be any way to know until you get the results of the DNA test. I wish there was better news for you, but your ovulation comes at the point where the dad could be either guy.