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shorty67
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[ 10-02-2006, 10:09 AM: Message edited by: shorty67 ]

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The thing w/ ultrasounds is that they're not always that accurate. Just because the fetus is measuring ahead of his/her age does not mean they're actually older.

That all said, you cannot have a period AND be pregnant. If you had a normal period on March 4th, it's highly unlikely this is a pregnancy from before that date.

You can't really guess who the father is. If there is any doubt at all, a DNA test (once the baby is born) is the way to go.

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