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my last LMP was may 1st, 2009 and i became pregnant, my due date was set to feb 8th, 2010. i was with my boyfriend may 15-18 having unprotected sex, EVERYDAY! he ejaculated but we thought we pulled out in time. i was with a different guy may 21st and he said he for sure ejaculated inside of me but also likes attention and talks "crap". would my boyfriend be the father of my baby or the other guy?


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replied January 25th, 2010
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Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

If your LMP was May 1st 2009 and your EDD is around Feb 8th 2010, then you would have ovulated around 14-16th of May. Hence 21st of May would have been too late to conceive. Your boyfriend is the father of your baby. The other guy cannot be the father what ever he may say. Hope this helps. Take care!



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