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I have a question about my pregnancy

Ok so I had been having irregular periods and so I had a period March 15th for 5 days which is regular and so with guy 1 I had sex with him with protection March 22nd and March 31st and so after that I got my 5 day period again April 4th and it was very regular and heavy with red blood so after my period in April I was only with guy 2 nobody else so around May I was spotting like a period but I never came on so around May 20th I found out I was pregnant so June 9th I had a early ultrasound that was 6 weeks and 3 days and so from my lmp they had my due date January 9th and from my ultrasound they had my due date January 30th so they kept my ultrasound due date so would I be right to say guy 2
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Yes, sweetheart, it's totally Guy 2.

Don't worry about the difference between the date based on your last period and the date based on the ultrasound; the ultrasound is rules when the two disagree, because it looks at and measures the actual baby. And since you had an iffy period May 1 they really can't say when your last period even was, let alone base a due date on it. The ultrasound measures the baby and looks at its developmental markers, and when it's that early in the pregnancy it is very clear regarding the date of probable conception.
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I didn’t have a period in May I had like light spotting it wasn’t a regular period and so like you don’t think my pregnancy came from March 31st?
Have you worked out what your due date would be if your pregnancy came from March 31? December 22 or something, right? And the baby would have been in its tenth week when you had the ultrasound. Do you really think an ultrasound tech or the doctor reading your ultrasound can't tell a 10th-week embryo from a 6th-week embryo? (Google photos of an embryo at 6 and 10 weeks if you want to see the difference.) It sounds like you conceived around May 9. There is no telling why your May 1 event was either a no-show period or just one of those funky things the uterus sometimes does -- it's even possible you didn't ovulate in April, which would explain why there wasn't more than a sketchy bit of bleeding on May 1.
Basically if my pregnancy came from March 31st I would’ve conceived around April 13th and my due date would be January 4th that’s what I had got from working out the due date from March  31st so I’m just kinda confused but ik I didn’t have sex until around April 18th up until May I only had sex with guy 2 the month of April and May nobody else
And I didn’t have spotting may 1st it was between May 7 8 or 9 it was one of those days I had light pink spotting but it only happened that day
Ovulation spotting, implantation spotting
Ok so you don’t think my pregnancy could’ve came from March 31st I just been so worried Because I wanna be sure even though I used a condom and I had my period
No you would of had a due date in December and you had an early ultrasound. So no it's guy 2. If you need peace of mind do dna test but I don't think it is necessary.
You said " if my pregnancy came from March 31st I would’ve conceived around April 13th ..." which makes no sense. How could you have sex on March 31 and conceive on April 13? Sperm doesn't last that long. And your due date, if you had sex on March 31 and got pregnant from it, would have been December 22. There's really no point in correcting the dates you worked out, though. Everything points to the second guy and nothing points to the first guy.
Ok thank you so much
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Guy number 2 conception would be in may with January 30th due date. Plus you had a period and guy number 1 was protected so least likely
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