HI my name is Brittany. So this is very hard to discuss but I need to figure this out. In may I messed with this guy. The date was either may 16th or may 23. We didnt have sex but when he went he put his fingers inside me after. But then I had my period may 24th. That following week I got back with my ex who ive been with for 6 years. We basically did it every few days after my period. I was expecting my next period june 23 2012. but it didnt come I took a test and it was positive!!! We have been trying for 3 years now and now out of the blue it happened. So now Im completely freaked. Even though I didnt have sex with the other guy he still may of had sperm on his hand then in me. But then I had my period.....I am 16w 2d today. I am trying to figure out whos it is which is sad ive never been in a mess like this before. I really hope its my boyfriend of 6 yrs but I dont know 100% and its not fair to him. can someone please help me?????? Is it even possible to get pregnant without having sex. I did have a period that same month too. and does that math add up if im 16w 2d all the way back to may???? Please helpView Thread
thanks!!!! I was thinking the same thing but i wasnt sure if i was trying to make myself believe it. When i thought about it if i would have gotten pregnant in may on either of those dates i would be between 18 and 17 weeks and by ultrasound i am 16w 2 d. so that kinda relieves me. i dont really even know if he actually even ejaculated before or after he did that but i wanted to be 100%. Its just odd that we have been together so long and never got pregnant and the 1 time out of 6yrs we split and i do something like that the following month i get pregnant......View Thread
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