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Need some comfort. Paternity test.

I know someone might have something to say but we live and learn our lessons. I am suffering through the embarrassment of this so please no negative comments. I was not in a relationship with either guy. There are two possible guys that could be the father. I was just with Guy A through out April pull out method. I had a period but lighter then usual April 25th-30th I have a regular period. I was abusing alcohol and drugs and very stressed. I've heard those factors could affect my period. I took some pregnancy test through a two week period. April 25th - May 9th. All negative test. I slept with Guy B May 1st, 2nd 7th - 16th and so on. He didn't pull out he was an old Bf. Last time I slept with Guy A was April 30th and May 5th. both pull out. I think I felt like I was ovulating the 7-9 of May because of cramping and bloating. The whole Month of May I was taking a pregnancy test and all of them were negative till May 20th. I got a positive. Went in for my first ultrasound 06/12/2019 they measure me from my period in April and measurement were pretty accurate. So I don't know I could have been pregnant in April. I think I would have gotten a positive way sooner or baby would have measured bigger.

This comes to my second question I did do a Non-Invasive Paternity through DDC. I only tested guy B. Guy B came out 99.9% he is the father. Do you think this test is accurate?

I'm sorry for the TMI but I need someone to talk too.

Thank you.
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Hi, Miasmomma, a lot of the people you are posting to and asking about their test results have not been in this community for years.

Your explanation doesn't throw any doubt on the pregnancy tests, the doctor, or the DNA lab, who sound like they were all performing their jobs professionally. Even if you ruled out one or two resources, you would still have the data from the other(s). It sounds like all the medical evidence gives a consistent answer.

Given that you have the answer but are still freaked out, see a counselor, pastor or therapist. Identify what the anxiety is really about, and work on addressing that, and your obsessive desire for reassurance about paternity will fade away.  If you're going to devote the time to worrying, put it into solving the real issue(s) that you face, not this false concern about paternity.
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