Hello, ok so I have just found out that I am pregnant on January 4th 2010! I'm trying to figure out when i conceived! A week before my period, November 21st, I had sex without a condom but didn't even come close to ejaculating. My last menstrual period was November 28th 2009, and I have a normal 28 day cycle from my last period. The last day of my period was December 3rd 2009.I had unprotected sex with an friend December 4th 2009, the day after my period ended. He came inside of me. Then December 12th 2009 I got back together with my ex boyfriend and had unprotected sex! According to my ovulation calculator I ovulated on the 12th or the 13th of December. But im worried I could of gotten pregnant before my period! But my period was normal....can you please help me!!!!!!????
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replied January 27th, 2010
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lieskovsky24, Congratulations!! All signs point to you making a baby on Jan 12 with your ex. It is not normal to menstruate after you got pregnant.

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replied February 8th, 2010
On Febuary 2nd, I got an ultrasound that stated that I am 8 weeks and 2 days pregnant! So does that mean that my friend is the father????????
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replied February 8th, 2010
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Lieskovsy, what is yourdue date?
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replied February 8th, 2010
my doctor said before i got my ultrasound september 4th. the ultrasound lady never gave me it and i totally forgot to ask
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replied February 8th, 2010
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Lieskovsky, Some ultra sound techs use a 40 week pregnancy calendar and some use a 38 week calendar. If you get a due date there is no doubdt and it does not matter which calendar they use.

The 40 week pregnancy is the most traditional and common so based on this: You ovulated/conceived around Dec 20. So sex from about Dec 16 to Dec 21 got you pregnant. These dates can be off by 2 or 3 days and (less common) up to 5 days either way.


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