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I am def stressed to the max and yes this is a embarrising story!! My LMP was Sept 4 2014, I slept with a man that had a vasectomphy 15 years ago and the 10th of September, I had also slept with my husband like 4 times during my fertile window. The man that had the vas did go and have a sperm count and it was zero, he done this after we slept together, when I found out I was preg. What is the chances of this baby being my husbands and not the other mans??? Somebody please help me, I do love my husband and def don't want to loose him. the man with the vas is married and has been for 22 years and him and his wife never use protection and she's not gotten preg since. Could I just be freaking out because I did sleep with another man

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That is something you need to discuss with these men, there is not number or percentage we can give you. Have the other man show proof that his sperm count is zero.

Cheating hurts, please get a divorce or counseling, you clearly are not in love with your husband anymore or the relationship is sadly missing something. Kind of hard not to pass judgement here.

HPRN

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​Per TOS, we do not give medical advice. Talk to your OB.

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According to the TOS we cannot provide medical advice. If you are that worried I would speak to your OBGYN.

But word for the wise, don't sleep with anyone other than your husband again. I also echo what the first poster said. Seek counseling or get a divorce if you are so quick to get with another man (& obviously not use protection).

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Aside from the ethical issues your post brings up (but seriously, cheating? personal experience tells me it doesn't work out well for anyone, including the children), but we cannot offer medical advice. This is something you need to discuss with your physician and the men involved. There are probably going to be several suggestions from your OB that you would be wise to heed (I'm thinking STD tests, etc.) but they need to be discussed and decided by you and your provider, not an anonymous website where you cannot guarantee you are getting factual information.

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As stated above, we cannot provide the medical advice you require per Terms of Service. Please see your healthcare provider.

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