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Confused about when I got pregnant

I am confused as to when I got pregnant. I had sex on June 25th with my ex boyfriend got my period about July 13th/14th and had sex with my current boyfriend on July 28th. I missed my period in August and when I went to the doctors on Sept 28th the doctor said that I was about 11weeks based on my LMP and when she did the ultrasound the baby measured about 11 weeks. So did I get pregnant before my period or after? Would the baby be my ex boyfriends or my current boyfriend?
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Did she give you a due date? And you being 11 weeks would make  your conception date around the 28th of July so I'd say current bf
134578 tn?1578157483
You do know, I assume, that the doctor's count of "weeks pregnant" does not begin when you conceived, but two weeks earlier, on your [assumed] first day of your last period?  The doctor does not think you were pregnant on day 1 of bleeding, but they begin the count on that day since bleeding is an obvious signal where ovulation is not obvious.  The doc is telling you that you conceived at the end of June.
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She said the estimated due date is April 18,2016
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The first day of my last period was in July on like the 13th so does that mean that I still conceived at the end of June?
134578 tn?1578157483
Sorry, typo, meant the end of July, not June.  Like everyone is saying all the calculations come out as being around July 28.
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