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Estimated Date of Conception: May 22, 2021
Yes, this is correct. Please understand it is still an estimate.
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Yes Pull out method is not 100%.
Precum can have some sperm so Yes a slim chance to get pregnant by Pull Out Method.
Typical use failure rates of the withdrawal method are up to 27% .
This means roughly 27 out of every 100 women using this method for a year will become unintentionally pregnant.
It is calculated with Due date.
It may be possible.
Hi, I am available to help you get your health questions answered. What other concerns do you have?
There is additional information I need:
1. What was the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP)?
2. What is your normal menstrual cycle length (generally between 25-30 days)?
3. Do you have a period every month? If not then how often?
4. Were you taking any medications (prescription or over-the-counter)? If so, what and the dosage?
5. How many pregnancies have you had during your lifetime? Any miscarriages>
6. How old are you?
Thank you for your information. Based on that you would now be 18 weeks pregnant. and your conception date would most likely have been on 5/28/21. You have to understand that these are calculations, and the is a 1-2 day error on either end. What is your main concern? Did you have sex with more than one individual around the time of conception? Are you trying to determine who the father might be?
Thanks for the additional information. The dates appear to be off. It's important to remember this is a calculation. Did you have a first-trimester ultrasound? If so what were the results?
If you didn't then, if you want to be sure who is the father you have a few options: Obtain DNA samples of each potential father and get genetic testing done.
Since you are going to have this child, it s important to know who the father is. Guessing is not being responsible for the child's sake. Ive seen too many families pulled apart because as an adult the child found out the person thought to be the biologic father was not.
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