Hey guys I just found out that I am pregnant!! which is great news!
But my last regular period was Feb 9-12 ish a little bit till the 13th. I then had sex on the 14th, but was safe. On the 18th I don't remember what happened because I was unfortunately black out drunk and I think that my boyfriend of the time and I had sex, but we can't remember. I am now with a new guy and we had sex on the 26th and the condom broke. I have been reading a lot a lot of facts online but I can't seem to pin point when i conceived this baby... If anybody has any information on who the dad might be... please help me. I went to the doctor and they said my due date is Nov 18th. I am pretty positive that i conceived on the 26th but I am just so worried about maybe doing something on the 18th.View Thread
Thanks so much I did count back and when I checked it online it said my most fertile days were from the 22nd - 27th. Is it likely to get pregnant before your fertile or before the egg was even released?View Thread
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