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Had intercourse before and after ovulation period. Now pregnant. How to find out conception date?

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I can tell u my story XXXXXXX 5 I cheated one time with protection but he took off for a sec n went on my tummy nothing went in me .my due date is march29 it was march 20 but my ogyn saw that the nurses made err fixed it . I didnt know my period so had 1st ultrasound aug, 15 said i was 7w5d n today im 28w every friday is a new week my ogyn said I concvied june21 to july6.Iv asked her 4 times n she said im ok its my husband but in my mind im so terrified . Pls drop postive feed back just WANT TO KNOW IF IM OK im so nerves I did a DNA test on monday n now just wait tell next week to findvout :/. Its so hard I cant sleep or eat I cry all the time im a shamed n just pray its my husband n my doctors r right. WHAT DO U THINK?

I get nerves cuz ppl talk about per cum but nothing went in me. N iv asked two other obgyn n they said they not sure its to close. Really im nerves.
Posted Sat, 26 Jan 2013 in Pregnancy
Answered by Dr. Mahesh Koregol 2 hours later
I read your query and I understand your concerns.
Following is my reply :
1) You had sexual intercourse with other person just about 5 days after ovulation. If you had sexual intercourse one or two days prior to that day with your husband, its most likely to be your husband's baby.
2) If you did not have sexual intercourse with your husband prior to ovulation, it will be your partner's baby.
3) Since you say he has withdrawn on your tummy, high chances of the baby belonging to your husband only. THERE IS NO 100 % SURE ANSWER. only DNA test can confirm this.
4) Apparently, this is appears to be husband' baby. I suggest you relax and wait for DNA test report. I wish you all the best.
Dr. Mahesh Koregol
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Follow-up: Had intercourse before and after ovulation period. Now pregnant. How to find out conception date? 4 hours later
Did u even check the due dates n the weeks on the ultrasound how would it be the cheat guy we did one timecn that wasbon the 5th .. n my ogyn said I concived end of XXXXXXX 21 to july 6 u confused me now
U not a ogyn so u don't know that much about my ? Thanks anways :/
Answered by Dr. Mahesh Koregol 36 minutes later

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I am sorry if my previous answer was not clear. Let me try again to answer your query.

From what I understand, your due date of delivery is March 20, 2013. The first ultrasound scan done was on August 15, 2012 revealed a 7 weeks 5 day fetus. This implies you may have conceived around the last 2 weeks of XXXXXXX XXXXXXX 21st to July 6th - I agree with this.

As sperms inside uterus cannot survive for more than a week, there is no way the episode on XXXXXXX 5th can become fruitful after 3 weeks. Besides that, the chances of precum resulting in pregnancy are very, very remote.

Considering these facts I would 200% agree that your husband is the most likely father of your child. And the DNA test will confirm this. So stay relaxed.

I hope I am clear now. Let me know if you need any more clarifications.

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Follow-up: Had intercourse before and after ovulation period. Now pregnant. How to find out conception date? 1 hour later
My due date is march 29 it was marchb20 nurse wrote date wrong my ogyn fixed it n yes on aug, 15 was 1st ultrasound 7w5days. So u think im ok its for sure my husband? . N thank u for getting back
Answered by Dr. Mahesh Koregol 12 minutes later
I understand your anxiety. I have noted your due date and scan reports and I am sure the baby belongs to your husband.

Dr. Mahesh Koregol.
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