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How do I prove that my fiancee is the father of my children ?

i need to prove to my former fiance that he did get me pregnant . there are cases where fingering, anal sex , withdrawal method, preejaculation, condoms, etc have been part of getting women pregnant. please state that each is true so i can show him, how else do i prove it? i dont have any records for myself, but i gave birth to our twins that died & have been cremated. theres no records for them either.
Asked On : Sat, 2 Apr 2011
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Hi,thanks for query.please understand that anal sex,fingering cannot lead to pregnancy.Any unprotected act can lead to pregnancy.Withdrawl method is not fool proof and can lead to pregnancy at times.Please be careful and avoid unprotected sex.There is no way one can prove the paternity of a child other then DNA matching of the child.

wishing you good health.
Answered: Mon, 11 Jul 2011
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