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Had unprotected sex twice with different partners. Now pregnant. How to determine paternity based on conception?

Hi I need help and I know this is my own fault but is had my period on the 4thof September, I'm on a 28th day cycle. Which I thought anyway. I had unpredicted sex on the 20th which he claims he didn't come and I had unpredicted sex on the 22nd which my partner come inside me now I'm pregnant 2/3 weeks and I don't know who the father is
Asked On : Wed, 16 Oct 2013
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Answered: Wed, 13 Nov 2013
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