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what day did i get pregnant

By September 6, 2009 - 2:43pm
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i got my period on the 11th of march it lasted about 4 days i had sex on the 19th of march with one man then i had sex again on the 25th going into the 26th with another man which day would i have gotten pregnant? my average cycle is 27 - 30 days
many thanks in advance.

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the man on the 19th of march did not ejaculate inside me but i heard you could get pregnant fron pre cum

September 7, 2009 - 12:23am


According to most sources, a woman's most fertile time is between "cycle days 10-20" (March 11th would be your "cycle day 1"), with March 19th being "cycle day 9" and March 25th being "cycle day 15". However, before you discount the March 19th sexual encounter, know that sperm can live inside a woman's body for 3-5 days when you are most fertile...so honestly, any of those dates could have been during your fertile time. Many women have the best chance of becoming pregnant when they have sex a day before ovulation, as the sperm is "waiting" for the egg (another reason March 19th could still be the one), while March 25th is still possible also...most women ovulate about 14 days before their next period.

You can determine the father of your baby through DNA testing (paternity test), which can be done either after the baby is born or while you are pregnant ("prenatal"). The prenatal test is invasive and carries the small risk of miscarriage. You can read more about your options of paternity tests (as well as a phone number to call with questions): American Pregnancy: Paternity Testing. The prenatal testing can be done early or later in the pregnancy; it sounds like you have many options.

Have you been to the doctor yet?

September 6, 2009 - 3:59pm
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