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due september 17th

due september 17th

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  • kmccann 08-03-13 | 09:37 PM
  • so my due date is september 17th 2013. all of december me and my boyfriend had unprotected sex and he ejaculated in me. the only day we didnt have unprotected sex was on dec 21st. on dec 21st i had unprotected sex with an ex (yeah i know stupid) my ex didnt ejacualte in me. but i heard of precum so on december 23rd i took next choice. on the the 22nd through the rest of december me and my bf had unprotected sex and he ejaculated in me everytime. whats the chance of my ex being the father. i dont need a lecture or judgement everyone makes mistakes

    Last edited by kmccann; 08-03-13 at 09:39 PM.. Reason: needed to be more specific
  • Dopey406 Dopey406's Avatar 08-05-13 | 01:54 PM
  • You didn't mention anything about your cycle and that would help give some indication about when conception occurred (though it isn't a gurantee). Do you know when you had your period? Conception really only occurs during a window of about 24 hours so if you didn't ovulate during the 24 hour period that you were with your ex-boyfriend, then there's a zero percent chance that he's the father of your baby. If you ovulated during that window, then there's a slight chance that he could be the father.

    Are you planning to conduct a paternity test after your baby arrives? Does your current boyfriend know that there's a chance that he's not the father?


     
  • kmccann 08-05-13 | 03:57 PM
  • i belive my last period was either the ninth or tenth of december
  • Dopey406 Dopey406's Avatar 08-06-13 | 01:20 PM
  • It is likely (though not guaranteed) that you ovulated around 12/23-12/24. I would venture to say it is unlikely that your ex is the father but given the date, and given the fact that sperm can live in a woman's upper cervical tract for 3-5 days in the right conditions, it's not out of the realm of possibility.

    The only true way to know is to conduct a paternity test after your baby is born. Try something like this: