when I get pregnant

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♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 03/27/2015

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If you didn't have multiple partners, then what's the difference? Your baby is here. That's what's important.

Michelle - posted on 03/27/2015

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My daughter was born the 20th March and we conceived her 27th June. I only know this because it was the only time we had sex that month and I nearly killed my husband (in a sexual way, we didn't have the older children) :P.

Chana - posted on 03/27/2015

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This whole conversation just confuses me. If the baby is already here and you didn't have multiple partners what difference does it make when the baby was conceived? Chances are it was the first or second week in July and I only know that because my daughter was due March 15. As strange as it maybe I have always kept track.

Michelle - posted on 03/27/2015

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Then why do you need to know when you conceived?
Like I said, no one can tell you that and most women usually think about this early in their pregnancy, not after giving birth.

Michelle - posted on 03/26/2015

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Like Shawnn said, no one can tell you exactly when you fell pregnant. Usually a pregnancy is counted 40 weeks from the start of your last period but it's not an exact science.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 03/26/2015

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count back 36-40 weeks. Your OB told you what week of gestation you were at in every appointment, or they should have...mine always did.

If you're asking because you had multiple partners and need to file support, you might as well just contact all of your partners and get DNA done.

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