Who Could be the Father? Please offer genuine opinions and no judgment. Thank you =)

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  1. EagerB

    EagerB Member

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    Ladies, I need help determining who could be the father.

    I had intercourse with Guy #1 September 2nd & 7th. He did not attempt pulling out either time. I had intercourse with Guy #2 the night of September 9th & morning of September 10th. He pulled out but neither of us know if he got out in time. I took a plan B the morning of September 10th. (The damage could’ve been already done, I’m not sure). I took a pregnancy test Oct. 8th and was positive. According to LMP, due date is May 29th, 2020! According to ultrasounds at different places, I’ve gotten June 2nd, 5th & 6th!

    My last period was August 23rd. I typically have a 28-29 day cycle every single month. July to August was a 33 day cycle for whatever reason. According to my app, I ovulated September 8th but can’t be 100% sure on that. Guy #2 and I have spent $1,400 & the last 4 months having to get samples redone for the prenatal dna test which could very well yield inaccurate results and it’s killing me. Please let me know what you guys think. Which is more like to be the father? I know I should have been more careful, but I wasnt
     
  2. Hihihi123

    Hihihi123 New Member

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    Hi, I’m new here and this is the first time I’ve ever used/posted on a form, so I don’t know if this is the right place to post, I don’t know how to create a new post! I’m in a similar predicament and would love some advice please!

    I am due to have my first baby on 25th December 2020..

    I started dating a guy casually in January and we were non-exclusive but having unprotected sex (stupidly) as I’d always been told I would be unable to conceive.

    Anyway.. fast forward to March 7, I stupidly had a drunken 1 night stand with a guy I met at a club.

    The week later, the guy I was casually dating since January, asked to become exclusive and we entered in to a relationship, regularly sleeping together unprotected.

    On April 27th I found out I was pregnant, after missing my period on 21st April.. I think my last period before this was in March however I’m unsure if I actually had a period in March, which I put down to my PCOS and endometriosis which meant I don’t regularly have a period. However I’m now thinking I could have missed it due to pregnancy, and I’m really worried that the guy from 7th March could potentially be my baby’s father.
    How likely could this be?

    One night stand: 7th March 2020
    Due date: 27th Dec 2020
    Ultrasound: On 15th June 2020 I was measuring at 12 weeks 1 day

    Is it likely that the one night stand or is my current boyfriend most likely to be? I really do love him and we are so happy, i can’t shake the feeling that my baby may not be his and it has made my whole pregnancy so far anxious and terrifying.

    Thanks in advance for any help and advice xxxx
     
  3. carstep

    carstep New Member

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    Going off the ultrasound technically your last period would've started March 23 (if you would've had one). Going off that I don't think it would be possible for the one night stand guy to be the dad.
     
  4. Hihihi123

    Hihihi123 New Member

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    Thank you so much for your response and for the previous responses, I’d forgotten all about this post and just thought I’d quickly have a look to see if I’d had any feedback! I appreciate the time you’ve taken to get back to me, and having listened to your replies and contacting my midwife and the Cow & Gate live chat on their website, all suggestions have came back that it’s very highly unlikely for the guy I had a one-night stand with in March, is my babies father. Thank goodness! If anyone else is in the same situation as me, please speak to your midwife and the live chat function was really helpful and anonymous too! Thanks again xxxx
     

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