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    Default Who could the father be?

    7 weeks pregnant and having it aborted... not sure who the father is.

    The facts:
    Last menstrual period was 13/10 on a 28 day cycle.
    Period is 22 days late.
    Had unprotected sex on day after period (14/10) with guy A (ejaculated twice).
    Had unprotected sex during fertile days with guy B but there was no ejaculation at all.

    Not that it matters as I'm not keeping it anyway but was wondering if anyone could shed some light.

    Thanks.

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    I meant last DAY of menstrual period.
    Yes STD negative.
    Thanks for the replies.
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    Not important if you're terminating.

    If I was you, I'd be more worried that I caught an STD

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    Was day 1 of your period on 13/10? If so, does that mean you had intercourse on day 2, while bleeding? If yes, then there is no way you could have fallen pregnant.
    Most likely it was the intercourse during fertile days.

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    Sperm can be released without ejaculation, so I'd say the father is guy B.

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    If you were on day 2 of your cycle then the chances are slim, and as Frankenmum said, pre ejaculation fluid has sperm, just in lower amounts. So the chances are guy B is the father. I'm with BRV though, I'd be much more concerned about STD's given the 2 encounters with different men unprotected if I were you.

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    Knowing who the father is is really irrelevant if you aren't keeping it. Just because he doesn't ejaculate doesn't mean anything if unprotected. There is sperm in pre-ejaculation. I suggest if you are going to have unprotected sex you take certain precautions to be protected from falling pregnant. I'd also be concerned for STD. If negative you may got off lucky this time, next time you might not be so lucky. Std 1 in 5 people have std's.

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    Like others have said not important whom the father would be if your having an abortion. There is still sperm in pre-ejaculation. Despite being std negative you have dodged a bullet. If you don't want unplanned pregnancies then you need to use protection at all times and actually be responsible for your health

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    Default Who could the father be?

    Just so you know...if you're 7 weeks pregnant that means you were tested at the earliest 5 weeks ago. Some stds like syphilis, hepatitis a, b, c, oral and genital herpes and hiv will not show up on tests until at least after 6 weeks since sexual contact. Some take up to 3 months.
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    Haven't read replies but I conceived the night I finished my period. Had stopped bleeding that morning...

    Definitely happened then. No mistake about it and I have very regular, on time periods. I still don't understand how it happened.

    Why do you want to know if you're terminating anyway?

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