I had taken a plan B in January of 2017 and had a period towards the end of the month. I slept with partner A on February 18th and had a short, 3 day period, that resembled implenatation bleeding the last week of February. On March 4th I slept with partner B. I am due on November 24, 2017, which is exactly 40 weeks from partner A by ultrasound dating and exactly 38 weeks from partner B. I have irregular periods. I know for a fact my last LMP was not on February 24, 2017 (which is based off of my ultrasound dating) because I could not remember the exact dates of my last period, plus the plan b delays ovulation. I have no idea if partner A or B is the father.
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replied July 26th, 2017
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Malaa, pregnancy is 40 weeks to due date from LMP assuming a 28 day cycle. More accurately it is 38 weeks from ovulation to due date. To me that makes partner B the leading candidate by far. There is little if any chance that the ultrasound could be off by two whole weeks. The Plan B story is unnecessary confusion. The ultrasound tells it all. A paternity test after the baby is born should confirm.
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