If you had sex, it's of course possible- but since it was protected- not likely. I don't know what the time between when you had sex with her and when the baby was born, but of course that would be a factor too. Is the mother having a DNA test done?
She told me that she also had protected sex with her ex during the same time but I don't believe her that it was protected. I did bring up the DNA paternity test and for some reason she was unsure. Very frustrating because I would like to know.
Hi, the baby is born already and she is not willing to do a test? Usually when a woman is reluctant to have a DNA test done it is because of the high cost of testing when pregnant. But it is not that prohibitive to do a test after the baby comes.
When did you have sex with her, do you know the dates? And when was the baby born?
Also, you should get in touch with the family courts in your area of jurisdiction and find out what labs the courts have certified to determine paternity legally. You need a place where you go in and show ID, and give your sample to a lab tech (not to her to mail off to a lab somewhere). In short, do this right or there is the chance for error or fraud. She should also be testing with the other guy.