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    curious of when fertilization occured
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    An_247928 posted:
    have taken a test on Oct 5 2012 that came back positive for pregnancy. My last menstrual cycle was Sept 6 2012.. according to conception calculators i would have conceived by the 20th of Sept.. I would like to know how accurate this is or would an ultrasound be able to tell.. My worries are because i had an affair on Sept 25 2012.. i am almost certain i may have been already pregnant but would just like to know the chances of my affair fathering my child
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    An ultrasound will only give you an estimate of when conception occured based on the size of the embryo. However, it would be too soon to get a positive test after having sex 9/25. It usually takes at least two weeks for a pregnancy test to be positive after sex.
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