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By April 3, 2013 - 11:03am
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I'm about 6 weeks pregnant. My LMP was 2-19-2013. Bad part: my current boyfriend and I had broke up for about 2 wks. I had protected sex with an old friend using condom and pull out method twice on 2-25, like 3-4 am, he inspected the condom and as far as he could tell nothing was wrong. I'm not even sure he went off the second time but I took it off and it seemed fine. My bf and I then got back together soon after that. We had unprotected sex 3-6 and 3-8. I tested 20-22 after the incident with my friend and it was negative. I didn't have any s/s, I just wanted to check to make sure. I took a test 3-22 because of some kidney pain and it was positive. I'm 95% sure the unprotected sex is what caused it as I have irregular periods and I believe I'm a late ovulator, but would like some feedback! Please, I already know I'm scum bc my bf is ecstatic and he doesn't knkw. I am getting a DNA test, he just thinks I'm doing it incase we ever break up for court reasons.

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Don't be so harsh on yourself. The DNA test isn't a bad idea. Better to know for sure than take chances.

April 3, 2013 - 6:31pm

Thank you, I've been warring with myself over this and am scared to lose him. His dad had mentioned the DNA test to him since we had been broke up but he blew it off. The other guy keeps telling me not to say anything because he knows how my bf is and it'll end up in a fight because he's not just going to accept "it was just some guy". He's going to want a name. I got my appointment moved up to 4-22 and am hoping my ob can shed some light on my conception date. I know he can't pinpoint exact, but I would feel a lot better if I just knew there wasn't a possibility this night could ruin my life. Either one of these guys would make a great daddy, but I love my bf and there waan't any doubt in my mind it was his until he said his dad mentioned a DNA test.

April 3, 2013 - 5:32pm
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