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An_247079 posted:
I started by period June 18th had unprotected sex on June 30th with my boyfriend. A week later on July 7th had sex with my ex boyfriend he didn't wear a condom at first but then put one on once I noticed it. I took a test on July 23rd and it was positive. I am not sure who is the father. Can someone please tell me their opinion????
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beckie_33 responded:
It could be either one. You'll probably have to wait until after the baby is born and do a DNA test. Good luck!
 
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abh114 responded:
The post below is right it could be either one. But if you go by your last period and the time you had sex with your boyfriend thats only 12 days. ovulation normally is 14days after the start of your period but the sperm can live for a few days after intercourse. from your last period to the time you had sex with your ex is 19 days.......so unless your ovualtion is off which some people do have. which means they ovulate early or later, id say it would prob. be your boyfriend. Im sure you would love to know now but to be 100% you will have to wait until the baby is due to get them tested. good luck


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