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Ok. On September 11 I found out I was pregnant. However, I told the sperm donor (the child's father). His response "I used a condom, it didn't break" I was like okay if you want to, we can do a paternity test as soon as the baby gets here. He didn't respond about that. Now just outta nowhere he tells me he forgot about his "medical history" he had surgery on his penis and he asked his doctor today is there's anyway he can have any more kids he said his doctor said no. Why wait until I'm 4 1/2 months pregnant and tell me this?? How could be have surgery on his penis and he still can produce sperm?? Smh. Anyways I told him again that he can do the paternity test when the baby gets here. He was like him and who?? In other words he was trying to say that I was messing around with someone else. He know that he was the only person I was messing around with for over two years. Smh. How can I cope with this situation without causing any harm to me or the baby?? This is really worrying me and I haven't been myself since he told me that.
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I would say try not to stress too much about it and just enjoy being pregnant as much as you can. There will probably be no changing his mind until the baby is born. But best of luck to you and congratulations! :)
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I agree stressing is only hurting you and the baby as you can see he is not phased by the situation at hand...get through the pregnancy and then deal with the rest as it arises...
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A marvelous antidote to stress is to have your lawyer do the call to tell him that he is going to be served for child support, and of course a DNA test will be done.  You don't have to be the one who has these conversations.  God put lawyers on earth to take stress away.
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