I have a friend who recently found out that she is expecting her first child. Being a new mom, she thought that I could help her with a disturbing question. Unfortunately, I am NOT that knowledgable about how things like this work... If she is pregnant with a child who she thinks is "John Doe" 's but had sex with "Bob" after the first day of her last period, is it possible that the child is really "Bob" 's? If you think you know what direction I am going with thism, but need more explaination just let me know! She is really worrying about this and I do not want the stress to complicate her pregnancy.View Thread
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