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Thank you for the question. Here are my thoughts:
1. On 10/30 you were 7 4/7 wks
2. At this point, the ultrasound is extremely accurate when determining due date or timing of conception
3. The ultrasound is also much more accurate than dating of the pregnancy based on your last menstrual period
4. Based on this ultrasound, your due date should be right around 6/13/2016
5. You conceived on 9/21 (+/- 2-3 dys)
6. So, CONCEPTION OCCURRED BETWEEN 9/18 - 9/24
So, given what you told me the facts are confusing. Is it possible that there is some confusion with the dates that you gave me?
Thank you for the followup clarification. So, based on your information:
1. You did NOT conceive during the month of August
2. If you were 7 4/7 wks on 10/30, then conception occurred on 9/21
3. This is almost a MONTH after the last intercourse in August
4. 'R' must be the father
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If you can be CERTAIN that the ultrasound on 10/30 placed you at 7 4/7 wks AND that the due date is right around 6/13, then I have NO DOUBT that you conceived on 9/21 +/- 2-3 days. This would place you at 9 0/7wks pregnancy right now. It would be impossible to conceive in late August and have this ultrasound result. Your doctors are just trying to be fair to all of the partners - yes, the only way that you can say anything 100% is to do the paternity test. Perhaps you should consider that for 'R' to remain fully in support of this child, you should do the test after the birth. But, I can be certain that he is the father based on the information that you gave to me.
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