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Who’s the father :/

Hello I’m wanting to know if I should go with Ravgen or DDC dna prenatal testing. I had sex with one guy on June 28, 29 and July  3rd. My last period was on July 3rd. Had sex with new man July 13, 14,16,17,18 and 19th. I didn’t get a positive test until August 2nd. I’m currently 7w2 days based on lmp but ultrasound determines I’m 6w2 days. Who’s most likely the father?
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Agreed, you don’t need Ravgen or anything like. You got pregnant from sex close to July 18th. Best of luck.
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134578 tn?1642048000
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Also, you do (I assume) understand that when someone is 6w 2d "pregnant," that means 4w 2 day from conception? (Not 6 weeks 2 days from conception?)
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Well due to my lmp im today 7w2d
But, my ultrasound measurement baby at 5w6-7ish days Wednesday 8-19-20 So I’m 6w2 days today
OK, which means 4 weeks 2 days from assumed conception. I'm sure you can see this takes the guy before your period way out of range for being the father.
Did they give you an estimated due date? That should clarify things as well.
134578 tn?1642048000
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If your last period arrived on July 3, you didn't get pregnant from the sex on June 28, 29 or July 3. I assume it was a normal-seeming period? Are your cycles usually around 28 days from period to period, or are they longer?
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Yes, I do have Normal cycles.
Is there a way to privately communicate.
Click on your user name, and go to your "My Home" page, and look to the upper right for messages. I sent you one.
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