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Pregnant, had sex with different partners, former ejaculated inside, latter had used condom with precum initially. Father?

hi i am currently 33 weeks pregnant my LMP was april 24th to 28th the start date of my period can vary up to 3 days, i had unprotected sex with my former partner on May 10th and he ejaculated inside me, however i made a mistake while intoxicated on May 12th and began to have intercourse with one of my friends, he did not come nor even close but may have had precum he says he used a condom although i cant remember so am worried in case he didnt, as we were out drinking im assuming he used the bathroom if he had ejaculated that day. the encounter lasted only 5 minutes if that before we decided to stop. he is a heavy and frequent drinker and uses drugs, i am just worried if my ex is not the father please help
Asked On : Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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Mar 2013
Thanks for writing to us with your health concern.
It is just not possible to determine who is the father without a paternity test.
This is because the two encounters are two closely placed.
they are just 2 days apart in fact, even early trimester scans have an inherent error margin of upto 5 - 7 days.
So clinically speaking, you NEED to have a paternity test to establish who is the father.
Blood samples taken from the mother, baby and the man thought to be the baby's biological father can then be tested for DNA fingerprinting and in a large proportion of cases can prove whether the man in question is definitely the father.
It is technically possible for a blood sample to be taken from a baby whilst it is still in the womb.
This can be done by amniocentesis or CVS .
However, lately, paternity testing can be done by collecting mother's blood sample too, anytime after 8 weeks, and is upto 99 % reliable.
Please consult your obstetrician and go for Paternity testing as it is a vital question for your life.
All the best
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Take care.
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