not off the top of my head the exact date but the light bleed i had i am sure the second day was around the 14/11/11 not 100% sure
Okay. It was more than likely just a lighter than normal period, which means ovulation would still occur. I would say your chances of the father being the man you slept with prior to November 19th is extremely low. However, you can do paternity tests while you are still pregnant.
yes both guys know exactly what is going on and there is only one that seems to want to know he is gettin his hopes up which i have to keep tellin him dont get the to hight to be on the safe side, i have been upfront with both guys since i found out that i was preg
I dont think having a light period means anything. I had a day long period in November and another day long period in December, so I wasn't even sure it was a period really. Didn't even bleed enough for a tampon. We had sex, my expected ovulation based on my period would've been the 22nd of December, but I was 3000 miles from my man from December 14th until January (went home for Christmas) and we didnt even have sex the night I left so it was probably over a week from when I had sex to when I conceived (and used the Plan B pill as I had no period December and was worried about not knowing when was safe or wasnt) I still got pregnant. You can do all the calculations you want, but the reality is strange things happen for reasons unknown to us.
As most women already said, either one can be the father, there is no way to know for sure. Even if they were over a week apart, it happened to me.
Most of the time calculations can work, but the reality is unless you were monitoring ovulation you may not be able to calculate it. Even if you monitored ovulation like I have for birth control reasons you could have a wacky month either way. There is not 100% other than DNA
Sorry hun I didn't see this in your post, was it unprotected sex with both guys? Cos if one was protected I guess you would most likley rule him out
Originally Posted by emalou86
i have heard about the dna u can get while still preg but isnt there a risk of miscarraige still?
I have a friend who did the test through amnio but she needed the amnio anyway as she was over 35. Yes there is a risk of misscariage but it's not very common nowadays (my friend said it's 1 in 500) with well equipped hospitals and experienced doctors. It's ultimately up to you to go ahead with it but the results are as accurate as after giving birth. You need to find a doctor that will do it and a good reputable DNA company to analyze the results.
My friend is very happy she did it as she was able to relax for the rest of her pregnancy. She gave birth to a healthy baby body in January.
i have been thinking about having one done but 1 of the mayb fathers would rather me not take the risk of losing baby, yes it was un protected with both guys, think i am going to look into havin dna done b4 baby born as i cant carry one with the if whats and maybs it is gettin me down. thanks all for the advice
I'm 21 weeks pregnant today, my last period started on 8th of November, I know I conceived on the 23rd of November as this was planned and I was using opks. If you are 20 weeks pregnant and had a period around the 14th of
November you would likely have conceived around the time of 28th - 30th of
November. Did you sleep with your new partner around that date too? Or a few days before? Even with sperm living in you for up to 5 days it should rule your previous partner out with the date you gave. Also, did you regularly sleep unprotected with the previous partner? If so and no pregnancy then it would also suggest its likely to be the new partner that is the father. I think the light bleed is putting you off, it may be totally unrelated, unless you think it might be implantation bleeding which would mean you were a whole month out which is unlikely from the dating scan and would have had to have slept with previous partner before the 14th. However although it is most likely the new partner's if the scan dates are out or baby is measuring small there could be an outside chance it is previous partner's so best put your mind at ease with a DNA test.
Doctors normally go off of the first day of your last period.
In my case that would have been my miscarriage on November 16. But because I was using ovulation tests I know that mine was positive on December 2nd. My first scan showed that I was 6 weeks 4 days which meant that my baby was conceived on December 4th and my due date is August 26th. This works out because after having a positive OPK result women ovulate between 12-36 hours afterward.
My due date is August 29th and I'm pretty sure baby was conceived during my Thanksgiving break... But my doctors are even confused about my due date so don't take it at my word. I just know when baby was made.
As for who the father could be, only a DNA test will tell. Sorry I don't know.
tbh the bleed is putting me off threw my 2 prev pregnacies i did also bleed. yes i did sleep with previouse partner pri to the 14th unprotective. i am res neg blood group and not sure if that would have had something to do with the little bleed, i had also slept with previouse partner mayb a week later after the partner i slept with for first time on 19/11/11 i think i am only gonna b eased and enjoy my preg if i do a dna b4 baby born.
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