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I had my LMP November 10th, and my BF and i were on a break and I hooked up with one of my ex boyfriends who i'm really good friends with on November 26th. my cycle is 31-32 days. my BF and i got back together a week or so later, and we also had sex... I took Plan B one step on November 27th about 31 hours after sex. I feel like a loser being in this position, but it was a one time occurence. Im planning on getting a prenatal non invasive DNA test in february, but in the mean time I need opinions.. Who do you think is most likely the father? I also had brown spotting for a few days starting on the 11th of december. I had an ultrasound done a few days ago, and the tech (who wasnt supposed to tell me) said the sac on the ultrasound looked way smaller than 5 weeks. I was in the ER, and the doctor wouldnt tell me how far along I am. My HCG levels were 1,005
Last edited by babyducky123; December 18th, 2012 at 11:39 PM.
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It really depends on what day you ovulated. Based on a 30 day cycle with Nov 10th as the first day of your cycle your fertile window would have been Nov 23rd- 28th. Under optimal conditions sperm can live in the reproductive tract for 5-7 days. There are two likely possiblities here, if you became pregnant on the 23rd-24th Plan B would not have worked as it will not effect a pregnancy once it has begun. Plan B also could have delayed your ovulation if you hadn't yet making you ovulate at a later date in your cycle.
I suggest that you see an OBGYN or midwife as soon as you can for a dating scan. The earlier you have one done the more acurate the scan is. Good luck!