"yes iwas thinking the same thing,,, guy B is my current bf and the thing that is really getting to me is i really dont remember having a period no where in december and also why is my conception date 3 days before I even had sex???"
Just a quick note to say hi! Hi sweetie, I am afraid I wouldn't be much help with your pregnancy. I have never had any children. I lost one in 86 and was never able to get pregnant again. But if I were you I would do a DNA test for your peace of mind and for your little girl, she will ask one day.
They are not always exact on the conception date. Could have even been the day after sex. OR the day before sex. Usually you have about 24-48 hours after you ovulate to conceive. They changed my due date a couple of times. ITs possible you didn't have a period in Dec. And STILL very possible that you got pregnant with DEC's ovulation. The only way you'll know for sure is a DNA test. BUT is the baby comes anytime after Sept 1st it's most likely your BF's.
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