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Let me look at these dates and see what I think. It'll take me a few minutes.
Do you have the very first ultrasound report? Those measurements are the most accurate, more accurate than the last period. If you have the information, give me the date of the ultrasound and the exact wording of the report.
From the information so far, I must say that it's more likely to be the ex. The reason I think this is that sperm can live for several days inside a woman so the conception date can be several days after the sex.
Ultrasounds are accurate plus or minus 3 days, maybe 5 to leave room for technician error. So if you were given a conception date of May 25th, the range could be as wide as May 20-30. And if sperm lives for 5 days, sex as early as May 15th could have resulted in this pregnancy.
Since after that, you didn't have sex until June2nd, it does seem most likely that it's your ex. I would insist on paternity testing if he continues to deny that he's the father. On what basis does he think he's not the father? It really does seem to me he's the most likely one.
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What a beautiful baby! The image doesn't have any measurement markers on it though. Do you have the wording of the report? I see that it was done 7-17-2015. But I don't see any measurements. Once I have that information I will do the calculations, review the information you gave me so far and tell you what I think about it all.
Well after reviewing these images I do think that you should insist on paternity testing. If your ex refuses you need to seek legal help with your state. On your states website there should be information about this. I can help you find the right resources if you tell me what state you live in.
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Yes I do. I don't think there will be any other way to convince this man. Go to the website for the state you live in. If you put "paternity testing" into their search engine, you should find the resources you need to get this done legally.
Good luck. It's important that you settle this.
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