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Irregular menstrual cycle, pregnancy detected through ultra sound. Advise?

Hi, I didn't know I was pregnant til I was 14 weeks and 3 days pregnant, because I kept having a menstrual cycle and my baby doctor told me by ultrasound that I got pregnant around april 17-19.I am ashamed to say but I was with the 1st boy from january-april and with the 2cnd boy in may, When I got with the 2cnd boy I noticed my periods were irregular, I would start bleeding for 2 days and then it would stop for a few days and then start all over again. My question is, could the ultrasound been wrong about my conception date, or is it possible by my menstrual cycle that I was already pregnant when I got with the 2cnd guy in May?
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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It is a remote possibility that ultrasound was wrong in calculations, You were pregnant and having bleeding with pregnancy that is common in 20% of pregnancies. Whether it was 1st boy or not, you need to discuss it with your doctor to get the exact dates and the probabilities of the intercourse date that ended in that pregnancy
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