1052278 tn?1258066111

issue can anyone help?

Ok so I recently found out that I am pregnant. I am 6 weeks along, I am a freshman in college and 18 years old so I am guilty of partying and everything. Unfortunately, I have an issue. I started my last period september 26th, 2009 and if I am 6 weeks along my point of ovulation was the 6th of october to the 10th. Can anyone answer my question i know if it vivid and i apologize but I am freakin out...the guy I was talking to we had sex often probably 3  or 4 times after i had my last period and on the 9th we had sex in the afternoon. That night I went to a party and was drunk and ended up sleeping with one of my friends who claims he used a condom. What are the chances of it being his if the guy i have been with the past two months has came in me everytime??
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548642 tn?1266179652
i cant ever answer one of those questions, there a time frame you ovulate and that frame varies! good luck sweetie
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1102123 tn?1325703562
hey girl.

no need to apologize, everybody has their rebel stage and no im not talking your actions right... i just understand.
your chances of being pregnant is about 80% by your bf that is.. the reason i say this is because of ur unprotected sex and that u had sex on your ovulation cycle BUT u can get pregnant any time of the month,ur chances are just smaller. (27%-35%). There are still a couple of reasons that u could have skipped ur period like stress, 1 of the main reasons or some kind of infection..
Do u have any kind of strange symptoms?
Now on the other hand, what are u going to do about ur love life?

plz let me knw or add me as a friend..

best of luck... be safe

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