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Sex with guy a dec9 than got period a few hrs after. lasted few days. 29dy cycle. than had sex guy b dec15&20&21. due sept 14 do i need a DNA test?
Guy B: You do not need to be sitting at home wondering. The internet exists. All the tools you need are online. You would start with a conception calculator. Remember you get pregnant after a period. Not before. Sex for your baby occurred 12/17 to 12/22/2013. Guy B is the father. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lmp april7-13 sex guy a 4-18 plan b 4/20 bleed after sex guy b 4/25&on. Havent got my period this month. Culd i b prego? Guy a or b? Im scared. Help
16wks prgnt. 28cycle. LMP Feb16. Sex w/ guy a feb 24 he cum way in. Sex wit guy B march1 but didnt cum inside me. Who is more likely to be the dad.
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I had sex with guy A on may 26 2016 and I had sex with guy B on June 3 and 4 and my docter said my conception date is June 5-6 who would be the dad?
Too close to call: That's too close to call. One should keep men 2-3 weeks apart in order to be able to predict who the father is, because the weeks of pregnancy, the differences in each man's sperm, the survival time of sperm in a woman, the ovulation day, and the conception day, are all estimates. (A simple way used over many centuries is: the father of the baby is the man she is married to.) ...Read more
My last period was Jan 9th. It ended on the 12th (regular 28 day sched) I had sex with guy A jan 14th. Then I had sex with guy B jan 20th. Due oct 17?
Guy B: Guy B was most likely the father. Intercourse with Guy A was on Day 6 of your cycle. Intercourse with Guy B was on day 12. Day 12 is very close to when you would most likely ovulate. However, the only way to really be sure is to do a paternity test after birth. Frequently the Baby's blood type will tell you who dad is, if you know Guy A&B's blood types. Sometimes more testing is needed. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
I'm trying to determine if guy a or guy b is the father of baby born 3/26/. My lmp was June 25th and have only had sex with guy b since June 15th.
Get paternity test: More than likely it was the person you were sleeping with after your LMP. However if there is any question and your child is born already, I would recommend getting a paternity test. ...Read more
LMP was Oct.5th I had sex with guy A Oct.16 and I had sex with guy B Oct.18th. my conception date say Oct.19. who could be the father?
Paternity: In the scenario you describe, either one of these men could be the father. ...Read more
Sex with guy a jan 19 sex with guy b jan - present. Believed LMP 2/5. Ultrasound on 4/1 estimated gestational age of 7 weeks. Who is the father?
Bachelor B: A lmp during the second week of february matches the april 1st dating ultrasound that gave an estimated gestational age of 7 weeks. These numbers give an estimated date of conception around february 20-25, so the winner is bachelor b! ...Read more
Lmp 9/5 light had sex 8/20,8/21,9/6,9/10 with Guy A had sex with Guy B 9/21 due date 6/6/16 on nov 25 ga was 11w5d. Who is the father?
Too close to call: It's much too close to call, so it depends on plain luck and on when ovulation occurred, which is usually around the middle of the cycle (14 days before the expected menstrual period in women with regular periods). The father is the man a pregnant woman is married to. That's the old method that's worked for thousands of years. Alternatively, one can save up money for that new DNA testing method. ...Read more
If a female has unprotected sex with Guy A who has chlamydia. Weeks later had sex with Guy B. But guy b was tested negative. Possible?
Russian roulet: Not everybody exposed to chlamydia will get the disease. More worrisome is that most people who do have chlamydia do not have symptoms. Therefore they don't get tested and can spread the disease unknowingly. That is why chlamydia is the sexually transmitted disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unprotected sex onetime with guy a sometime after 1/7 2013 but before 2/2 2013; unprotected sex with guy b from 3/20/13-4/22/13. 5/21 u.S 9w2d; due date dec22, 13. Lmp1/20/13-2/15/13 (irregular periods?
I had unprotected sex with Guy A 7 days before my scheduled period. Then had period for 5 days and had unprotected sex consistently with Guy B 13-15 days everyday after and ended up pregnant. is there any way Guy A is the father?
Unlikely: If a woman has sex and then a few days later has her normal regular period at the expected time, then she is not pregnant. When she starts her regular period, her menstrual cycle starts over again, and sperm she got from sex BEFORE her period does not stay fertile through her period. However, if the "period for 5 days" was pregnancy-related bleeding and NOT a menstrual period, then Guy A is papa. ...Read more
Hi, I recently had protected sex, but it was my first time and I didn't know the guy very well, should i take plan B just incase?
Maybe not: If you are certain that with the "protected" part everything was fine, the plan B will only mess with your cycle. If you know when you are supposed to come on your period, count 14 days back - that is when you would have ovulated. If you did ovulate around the encounter you are referring to, then take plan B. ...Read more
Yes: Maternal contribution to the offspring is limited to her female sex chromosome. Since a pair of x's make her female, that is all she can put into an egg. A male has an x and a y chromosome, so ~half his sperm carry an x and half carry a y. At fertilization the mothers x joins dad's x or y and a girl or boy will result. ...Read more
Individual variation: Detumescence ( penis going soft after an erection) is very variable. Some unfortunate men experience going soft during sex & before climax, so called erectile dysfunction. Having persistent erection, for a short time, after sex is ok. Prolonged erections, >4 hours is considered priapism & a semi emergency which should be treated promptly. ...Read more
Sex many men: Person of unkown age gender medial Hx. Asks: Having many time sex with many guys it will have side effect or not ?? ANS: "side effects" include pregnancy (assuming you are female), HIV-AIDS, syphilis, gonorrhea.Hep C,, other sexually transmitted diseases including vaginal and throat/mouth cancer, inability to get pregnant due to GC, crabs to mention a few. If u have not been tested for HIV do now! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bacterial vaginosis: Bacterial vaginosis is an overgrowth of abnormal bacteria in the vagina. The fishy odor is caused by amines produced by those bacteria. Bv may come and go and may predictably return in certain situations. I would recommend pelvic exam to assess for bv. Eating cultured yogurt or taking probiotics may prevent BV once you are clear of the infection. ...Read more
What's in his mouth: Although the possibility that you "can catch anything that way" is remote and the risk of oro-vaginal transmission of an infectious agent may be relatively small, some times, the mouth, lips, tongue, gums, oropharynx...can harbor a wide variety of microorganisms (viruses like herpes, some human papilloma viruses; fungi like monilia; bacterias like streps...etc) . ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: Certainly not good for a female who would unlikely reach orgasm in a minute. There are numbing cream you can use to slow down the orgasm. More frequent sex may also delay your ejaculation if you can find a partner willing to put up with the frustration see an urologist if this continues to be a problem for you. ...Read more
Ridiculous: Inserting a tampon only teaches you to insert a tampon. Sex starts with being attracted to an other person, then comes hand holding, then kissing, later stroking and caressing and then, when everything feels perfect and you really feel you want the ultimate in intimate reations. That is how to prepare for sex. ...Read more
Several points.: Std's are preventable with condoms. Try them out beforehand to know how they go on and how they work and find which ones work best with you. Pregnancy prevention. Not expecting a physical action to go perfectly the first several times. Stable relationships helpful in communcation of what works/feels good. ...Read more
If i oral sex a guy and he has cylimida what's the chances of me getting it? And do I need to go get treated
Hi i know a guy who is considering a sex change because he is unhappy and he feels jealous of females? Im unsure of what to do at his point.
Only UR Friend Knows: U may not have the whole story. Ppl who identify as transgender (or who don't identify as either male or female) don't necessarily understand their own feelings. They also don't necessarily share all of their experience w/even those who they're closest 2. If u want 2 help ur friend, consider connecting friend w/ transyouth & family allies (imatyfa.Org). Or go w/ 2"transit" @atlanta's justusatl.Org. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Since my edd is 01/22/13 i'm pregnant by the guy a - sex april 28, 29 & may 1st. Guy b was april 6 or 7, can't recall but it wasnt sex actually.?
After taking Plan B 3hrs after messing around with guy. No sex. I was bleeding & now a week later it has gradually become a lighter "flow". Normal?
Ok so I had unprotected sex with this guy I'm seeing on a Wednesday and on the following Saturday around 7:30-8:00pm I took a plan b pill and on the s?
What is question?: Plan b is reported to be 89% effective if taken within 72 hours of unprotected sex. It is not clear if you took plan b on Wed and again on Sun, or if you waited until Sun for the first dose. Either way, regular contraception is more effective than plan b, and I highly recommend that. A preg test taken in 2-3 weeks should be reliable. Your periods may be off for a few cyckes do to Plan B. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
May be a plus!: About 1% of men really don't care about all that stuff, even with a good-looking person of either gender. Probably it's in your brain wiring. Or perhaps you're simply discerning, and waiting for that one person who's truly right. Nowadays we're bombarded with sexual images to get us to buy things and told that this foolish stuff makes us "normal". Only you can tell. Enjoy who you are. ...Read more
Female Orgasm: It is very common for a female not to orgasm with just male penile penetration and intercourse. This activity does not often stimulate the clitoris enough for the female partner to orgasm. I advise my female patients to take some responsibility to manipulate this tissue or teach their partners to do so. I think taking responsibility for this is empowering. A good read: "our bodies our selves". ...Read more
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