Hello Doctors, I have to ask an Unusual Question I am
Patient :Hello Doctors, I have to ask an Unusual Question.
I am going to marry a girl who is not a virgin, she had sex with her last boyfriend in year 2010 and they had sex for 6-7 times. As per her the following :-
1) It was always protected sex and his boy friend never entered her without condom
2) Never did there was any drop of sperm leaked inside her.
3) No I-Pills ever consumed.
4)No abortions ever done
She was never pregnant. Now my question is :-
1) Can my baby be have features / habits like her ex boyfriend ? I mean is there any possibility of my baby resembling him ?
2) Will my babies DNA match mine and at what stage can I have the DNA test done to ensure.
3) Is there any test which I can get done right now to ensure I will not have any problem after marriage in term of my baby looking like her ex boyfriend ( in features or habits )
I will be highly obliged if you can help me
Thanks , awaiting in anticipation.
Symptoms: Marrying a Non Virgin Girl - need to ensure future baby's are like me .
Thanks for the query.
If your girl friend is sure that she is not pregnant now, there is no possibility that the baby that will be born to you will have the characteristics of her ex-boyfriend. If there has been no penetration without a condom, there is no question of pregnancy. It does not matter whether she is a virgin or not.
Coming to your next question.
Your baby's DNA will surely match only yours if you have had unprotected sex with her and she gets pregnant. The test is called DNA karyotyping which is done only after the lady gets pregnant around 6 weeks of pregnancy. It cannot be done before pregnancy.
The answer for your last question is no,if you are very sure that you are the father for the baby, the baby's gene will not resemble her ex-boyfriend in any way and the child will not have any of his characteristics in appearance or behaviour.
Hope this helped.
Kindly feel free to write back for further clarifications.
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