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First time pregnancy- scared looking for advice!

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cara5674 Fri 13-Jan-17 15:11:37

In shortfall I found out I was pregnant last night and am now absolutely terrified and even more confused.

I was with my partner for 2 and a half years however we broke up at the beggining of December, it was a long time coming and needed to happen. Stupidly after becoming close friends again, I slept with my ex/friend (December 14th and again on December 26th) and after realising what a hug mistake id made, then slept with my ex/partner on New Year's Day.

I last had a period starting on 30th November and it finished on December the 8th. After being late on I did a clear blue test last night which read 1-2 weeks.

I've been getting cramps all this past week and after speaking to a friend, she seems to think that's something attaching and is most likely to be my long term partners baby.

I am so confused and where me and my long term partner were just getting back on track this could change everything. I was so stupid to do what I did and have no excusesad

I do have an appointment with Marie stopes next Friday but obviously need to start deciding what I might do, is there any way it could be my most recent partners?

Whatsername17 Fri 13-Jan-17 15:16:00

To be honest it could be either. The dates are too close together for it to be a clear case of one or the other. Think carefully about your choices and make the right decision for you. Good luck.

Aki23 Fri 13-Jan-17 15:16:45

Whose it it depends on the dating scan at 12 weeks but even then it could be either of them if you didnt use protection as there is a close time frame. I dont think you can find out till after the birth and a dna test is done (I think there is a charge). Dont lead on either man as thats not fair - you will have to come clean as horrible as that is.

Speak to family/friends for support - dont rush but do whats right for you.

flowers

Waterfeature Fri 13-Jan-17 15:16:46

Unless you have very long cycles I expect you conceived on 14 Dec.

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