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princesscut777 posted:
just took pregnancy test im positive but im unsure about some things my period is usually on the 10th of every month but i started taking weight loss pills called bontril so im guessing it made my period irregular for the month of oct 2012 so it came on the 1st oct 2012 instead of tenth and lasted 10 days...i had sex with two different guys one on oct 21st of 2012 he pulled out and one oct 24th ot 2012 he did Not pull out. this is so tricky since my period was irregular just for the month of oct and i have no clue when i was ovulating and who could be my child father any help will be greatly apprectiated thanks
tlkittycat1968 responded:
There's no way to tell who the father is without a paternity test. Pulling out is not a method of birth control and you can get pregnant. Couple that with the fact that there was only three days between the sexual encounters and there's no way to tell.
Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
As tlkittycat1968 advised - no way to know without a paternity test.

These resources may be helpful -

New Earlier, Noninvasive Paternity Test Developed
First Trimester of Pregnancy
Birth Control Health Center

Wishing the best for you and your LO. Take good care of yourself,
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