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I don't know if i got pregnant before or after my period

I am 14w2d pregnant today. I was with someone for a couple months, while me and my current boyfriend were going through some problems. I want to say the last time me and guy #1 had sex was 2/25/15, or possibly 3-5 days before I got my period on 3/3/15. After that, i had no longer had sex with guy #1 and proceeded to work on things with my boyfriend. My boyfriend and I had intercourse after that, multiple times on different days. On 4/3/15 i noticed implantation bleeding.
My due date is between December 10-15th. Is the father guy #1 or #2? I'm very confused on this!
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Hi, Becky,

How did you get your due date?  Did you have an ultrasound?  If so, how early in the pregnancy was it?

Why do you think you could have gotten pregnant before your period?

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Also, do you know all medical counts of pregnancy (the number like "6 weeks 3 days" or "14 weeks 3 days") begin on the first day of the last period you had before getting pregnant, or the computed first day of a last period if your periods are irregular?  If a doctor says to a woman, "Congratulations, you are 8 weeks pregnant!" he means 8 weeks since her last period began, or about 6 weeks since conception.  The count is done this way because the period is a big, obvious signal, not because the doctor thinks you are pregnant when you are on day 1 of bleeding.  That's why pregnancy, which takes 38 weeks, is counted as being 40 weeks long.  They add a spare two weeks at the front to count back to the presumed first day of the last period.
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