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chances of my bf being the babys father versus my ex.

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Im due September 17th. I had unprotected sex dec 21st with an ex he did not ejaculate at all. On the third day I took next choice within the 72 hours. But that same week me and my bf had sex so the 22 thru the rest of decemeber and he did ejaculate in me . what are the chances of my bf being the babys father versus my ex. I know for sure he did not ejaculate at all in me.


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replied June 3rd, 2013
Birth Control Answer A43681
Hi,
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If there was no periods in between your different sexual encounters, it is difficult to comment who would have fathered your baby. If you had taken emergency contraception after your first sexual encounter, and had been sexually active after 12 hours of taking the last dosage, then chances of your sexual encounter after taking ECP would have resulted in pregnancy. The intercourse closer to your ovulation day is likely to result in pregnancy and if your due date (completion of 40 weeks of gestation) is known, then you can count back to know your probable conception date and current gestational age. If your periods are regular, you can also calculate your ovulation date and current gestational age based on the menstrual cycle length and last period date. If your due date (completion of 40 weeks) is Sept 17th, 2013, then your probable ovulation day would be around Dec 25th, 2012 and your probable conception dates would lie between Dec 21st - Dec 29th, 2012 (calculation based on regular menstrual cycle of 28-30 days). If your periods are regular, you can also calculate your ovulation date and current gestational age based on the menstrual cycle length and last period date. Ultrasound scan done for dating can also help with knowing your probable conception date. The exact results of who has fathered the baby can only be made out after a Paternity test. Visit your doctor/gynecologist for further assistance and clarification.
Take care.


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