Our expert says:
You do need the DNA of the potential father to be able to exclude or possibly include him in formal testing determining the paternity of the unborn child. It is understandable that you are emotional upset and are confronted with the consequences of your behavior. It is maybe a good idea to seek professional support from a psychologist or medical doctor that could guide you through this time. Once you know how many weeks you are pregnant you might even be able to determine the probable date of conception. That might provide you with a possible hint of the paternity of the child. It is however very important to take care of yourself and your unborn baby the best way can now.
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