so in septmeber i had sex with 2 people. one i was dating and the other was my ex bf of six years on and off. (please do not judge me) im trying to figure out if my ex(who is now my bf soon to be fiance) got me pregnant. so i had unprotected sex on the sept 16 with the guy i was dating for awhile not to mention i had just ended my normal period on that day.....so he didnt tell me when he was going to bust so it just happened. i dont know how much went it or if any but for sure some landed on top of my vagina. anyways i didnt take the NEXT CHOICE PILL until the 18th at night and then the next pill on the 19th early in the morning. while i was waiting for my period to come, my ex comes out of the blue and we hooked up (iknow, shame on me). this was on the 23rd of sept. the next day i get my period 24th. my period was lighter than usual and only lasted 3 days(my periods are usually 5days long). i know that lighter and shorter periods usually occur after taking the pill. but im still unsure. i had sex with my ex 2 more times after that, unprotected, on the sept 28th and on oct 5.
so by mid october i was already pregnant i didnt know until october 27th when i went for a normal check up. so now im 14 weeks pregnant. and the doctor keeps changing my due dates. it went from july 3 of 2012 to june 27 to june 21 and now this is my actual date due which i got from the specialist june 18th. so now im freaking out! because this means i conceived earlier and maybe the next choice pill didnt work. please help i need opinions!! the doctor said i must have conceived on sept 25th. maybe a few days earlier or after that date! idk if im stressing out and over analyzing this but i want to be sure this is my boyfriends baby. what do you think??? was my period on sept 24th a real period????? ughhhhhhhh HELP!!
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