How do I know if my daughter is mine?

Updated on : December 3, 2021 by Johan Mejia



How do I know if my daughter is mine?

If the child grew within you and you gave birth, then it is yours and your husband's. I want to suggest that you are having some very important and critical things happening within you. Maybe it was a case of infidelity on the part of someone you once trusted, or maybe it's very strong labor hormones. Regardless, you should speak to an objective person about this matter immediately. Ask for a good psychiatrist or psychologist and make an appointment as soon as possible. I can somehow relate to what you're feeling, but I can't bear to discuss it here and now. I have

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If the child grew within you and you gave birth, then it is yours and your husband's. I want to suggest that you are having some very important and critical things happening within you. Maybe it was a case of infidelity on the part of someone you once trusted, or maybe it's very strong labor hormones. Regardless, you should speak to an objective person about this matter immediately. Ask for a good psychiatrist or psychologist and make an appointment as soon as possible. I can somehow relate to what you're feeling, but I can't bear to discuss it here and now. I have two wonderful children, a gift from God that made me a much better person than I was before they came into my life. Your pain and mistrust may be coloring your emotions towards motherhood, along with the crazy hormones and physical changes. Talking to someone who is unrelated to your everyday life and who you are sure is objective will do wonders. I've done this three times in my life when I had to make decisions that were unbearable for me. In the end, it helped resolve my confusion, align my priorities and needs, and move forward with my decision with confidence. God bless you and your precious baby, a true gift from God my friend!

Your husband's infidelity would have nothing to do with the baby in you. It provides only the sperm that fertilizes the egg to produce a baby. Your body provides the egg.

The only way a fetus would not be yours is if it were a donor egg, if it went through a process to implant it inside.

Other than that, there is no possible way whatsoever for your husband's sperm to affect whether the child is his or not.

That is physically impossible. If it came from you, it is yours. There is no way that she is not, that is, the daughter of another woman. If you are convinced otherwise, I will tell you that you have a problem. But the problem is not your daughter.

A DNA test is the best way, but if the theory of evolution (and Maury Povitch) teaches us anything, it's that if you think you're not the father (unless it's for selfish reasons, you're probably right.

Children tend to look more like their parents. Some scientists assume that it is because women give birth and men need to have another way to recognize their offspring (previous DNA test)

As a general rule of thumb, if you want the child and the relationship but don't think it's yours, it probably isn't. If you don't want the child or the relationship, get the DNA test done.

Really ask yourself if DNA testing will change

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A DNA test is the best way, but if the theory of evolution (and Maury Povitch) teaches us anything, it's that if you think you're not the father (unless it's for selfish reasons, you're probably right.

Children tend to look more like their parents. Some scientists assume that it is because women give birth and men need to have another way to recognize their offspring (previous DNA test)

As a general rule of thumb, if you want the child and the relationship but don't think it's yours, it probably isn't. If you don't want the child or the relationship, get the DNA test done.

Really ask yourself if DNA testing will change your decision - will this be less your child due to DNA? Would you punish a ten-year-old boy for his mother's ten-year infidelity?

Infidelity is an important issue to address and should be more concerning than whether a child is genetically yours or not. A large number of men choose to leave the unfaithful woman and continue raising the child. People don't tend to cheat on really amazing human beings, and most good guys don't want to condemn their kids to a life where the parents of a guy hanging around bars trying to pick up random girls.

So before doing this I think the difficult but important questions are:

  • Why am I doing this and how do I feel about it?
  • Am I aware that she has been unfaithful and I want to just leave her and keep joint custody so that my son has a good father?
  • What will I do if the child is not mine? How will I feel if the child is mine and I question it?
  • What will my partner do when they find out that I don't trust her, if the test says I'm the father?
  • Am I using this DNA test to have a cheat "test"? (If so, it is not likely to work. Cheating women will generally use protection with boyfriend (s) that they would not use with their spouses.

I was also a child in this situation. According to my older sister, my biological father was with the family until my twin and I were 2.5 years old. So either the biomother decided to leave the city without biodad (which seems very likely) or Biodad ran away and left the kids with the crazy biomother (it's also likely, but biodad could have at least taken the kids with him) .

Because my twin and I were young, we didn't know any better, and as the years went by, the lie morphed into "Dad died the day before we were born in a truck accident!" We accept this as true, so it was never questioned. curiously

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I was also a child in this situation. According to my older sister, my biological father was with the family until my twin and I were 2.5 years old. So either the biomother decided to leave the city without biodad (which seems very likely) or Biodad ran away and left the kids with the crazy biomother (it's also likely, but biodad could have at least taken the kids with him) .

Because my twin and I were young, we didn't know any better, and as the years went by, the lie morphed into "Dad died the day before we were born in a truck accident!" We accept this as true, so it was never questioned. Interestingly, the family and I did not visit his grave either. But we went from pillow to post, so I thought visiting a grave would be impossible. Biomother became volatile, so it was a bad idea to show weakness or prick the hornet's nest.

Then came the phone call. When I was around 19 years old, I was put into foster care and joined my now former foster family. DoCS called mom (exfostermum) one night. I was there too and they asked me if I wanted to contact my biological father. The first thing that crossed my mind was "but he's dead!" After the person who called the DoCS explained things, I was a bit surprised. Could I have been in contact with Biodad all this time from F? # @ & + G (excuse my French). It wasn't the fault of the DoCS, it was the biomoms.

The next day I called the number DoCS gave me. The call was very uncomfortable. From the moment I mentioned that she was the daughter of Biomums, the conversation turned south. I guess he still had a problem with the biomum.

After that I called Biodad one more time, which was also lacking in shine, but at least they gave me closure. For me, my real dad is my adoptive father. Dad is the one who has been patient with me and has been there for me. But I feel betrayed by this huge lie that prevented me from having a potential relationship with my biological father.

Lying to your children about something so important will only make things worse later in life, but you owe it to yourself and your child to make a fresh start. Also, her daughter is only 1 year old.

I guess the pregnancy is unexpected and largely unwanted (otherwise, skip the following and just congratulate her).

Tell her that you love her and that you are here for her no matter what she decides or what happens. Make sure she knows in no uncertain terms that whatever is coming up, you have her back and you will be there to love her and offer your support. This is likely to happen at the most difficult, confusing and painful time of your life and, more than anything, you need someone by your side right now.

After that, stop talking, give her a big hug, and let her decide what to say or do next. If she wants

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I guess the pregnancy is unexpected and largely unwanted (otherwise, skip the following and just congratulate her).

Tell her that you love her and that you are here for her no matter what she decides or what happens. Make sure she knows in no uncertain terms that whatever is coming up, you have her back and you will be there to love her and offer your support. This is likely to happen at the most difficult, confusing and painful time of your life and, more than anything, you need someone by your side right now.

After that, stop talking, give her a big hug, and let her decide what to say or do next. If he wants to talk to you about the options, do so. If you really don't know the facts about a certain option (do you really know the ins and outs of the adoption process, for example?), Tell her you're not sure about that, but why don't the two of you figure it out together? . Then help him find reliable resources that will give you both a complete understanding of the topic. If you don't want to talk about things right now, don't force the issue. It is NOT because I am not thinking about them. She is not yet ready to verbalize her thoughts.

Being there and supporting your daughter is the only way that will really improve the outcome of the situation. Anything else is likely to be very unproductive at best, or seriously damaging your relationship at worst.

I'm sure you love your daughter very much. Difficult situations like this are where the strength and depth of love is tested. Don't let him down when he needs you the most. If you've ever wanted to be a hero to your daughter, now is the time.

For me, it was a DNA test, supervised by the state of Pennsylvania. I had already moved from Erie to New York City when the oil field collapsed in the mid-1980s. An old friend told me that my ex was pregnant and she was sure the baby was mine. I wasn't so sure, due to the contraceptive method we both used, so I said, "Try it." Three months after the birth of my daughter, the state ordered me to provide a blood sample for a paternity test, which came back positive. Then I became a co-parent, with joint custody, four months and four months away, and monthly child support.

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For me, it was a DNA test, supervised by the state of Pennsylvania. I had already moved from Erie to New York City when the oil field collapsed in the mid-1980s. An old friend told me that my ex was pregnant and she was sure the baby was mine. I wasn't so sure, due to the contraceptive method we both used, so I said, "Try it." Three months after the birth of my daughter, the state ordered me to provide a blood sample for a paternity test, which came back positive. Then I became a co-parent, with joint custody, four months and four months away, and monthly child support.

When Kate turned two, her recruiter seduced her mother into the military. He called me to let me know, with the directive that "his lawyer draw up documents that grant him full custody while I am active." So I scared off a lawyer and helped draft an agreement that gave me full custody as long as Kate's mother was affiliated with the Army, including the Reserve. She signed it and for the rest of her life came to see her daughter for a total of seven days. Some mom.

I never looked back and became Mr. Mom. I raised my daughter as a single parent and loved every step. There were joys and heartaches, but not a minute would change.

This is very easy to answer !!!

A long time ago I read an oriental fairy tale. I don't remember the name though. To be honest, I have been reading fairy tales as much as I could. I loved them.

So, in one of them the answer to your question was revealed. This was a great response. And I will try to retell the essence, since I do not remember all the details.

And it goes like this ...

Once, four travelers met deep in a forest on their journey to a certain city, for whatever reason each of them traveled. The forest was full of dangerous animals. But the need to rest and sleep

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This is very easy to answer !!!

A long time ago I read an oriental fairy tale. I don't remember the name though. To be honest, I have been reading fairy tales as much as I could. I loved them.

So, in one of them the answer to your question was revealed. This was a great response. And I will try to retell the essence, since I do not remember all the details.

And it goes like this ...

Once, four travelers met deep in a forest on their journey to a certain city, for whatever reason each of them traveled. The forest was full of dangerous animals. But they need to rest and sleep. So, they agreed to watch each one on their shift during the night.

These four guys just happened to have different occupations. One was a teacher. Another was a traveling Dervish (a concerned saint and sage in ancient times in the East…, before Islam, I think…). The third was a tailor. And the fourth was a carpenter.

Carpenter was the first to keep his guard. Others went to sleep and he realized that sleep was taking over him. So, to stay awake, he decided to keep busy with something. He found a log and began to carve it. And he made a sculpture of a girl. And when he finished, his guard time was up.

Next was the tailor to keep watch. He saw what the Carpenter had done and decided to follow the Carpenter's example to stay awake, to do something. So, he adapted a dress for the sculpture.

Next was the Dervish. He also adopted the same pattern. He, as a master of ancient knowledge, performed some rituals and gave life to the sculpture.

Now was the time for the Master to keep up his guard. He realized what the others had accomplished before him and did his part: he taught the girl some manners and wisdom.

In the morning, when everyone woke up, they realized that here they had this beautiful girl, well dressed and well educated. And everyone considered her their daughter.

A fight broke out, as each of them wanted to call themselves her father.

The question: who do you think has more rights to call himself the father of this girl?

I don't even remember what the outcome of the fairy tale was. But here is my point of view, and that will also answer your question.

The human being is called a Holy Being for a reason. It is curious, it is even recorded that Jesus said (John 6:63, and I am not a Christian ...) this: The Spirit gives life; meat doesn't count for anything ...

Basically, we are first and foremost spiritual beings. For this reason, it does not matter who the biological father of a child is. And any biological father who only provides things for his child and not spirituality, for this reason cannot fully call himself the father of the given child.

For all the above reasons, I would insist that the only person who would call himself that girl's father would be the Master. And the same is with you and with me and with anyone. If you are involved in raising a child and have helped him grow spiritually and mentally and become a good person, you are the true parent of the child. Therefore, it is possible to have even more than one father and more than one mother ... Spiritually ...

And in this way, any biologically childless person can still be a father spiritually and ensure that they have heirs through the spiritual legacy they leave on other people around them, helping them to become better people.

People do not realize that we are only visitors to this planet. Our biological children are neither more nor less ours than any other child in our care. It gives you a great blessing to take care of someone and develop a relativistic soul, to see the good seeds that you plant in them flourish and become good fruits.

Of course, it could hurt to know that your child is not biologically yours. But no one will ever take away the goodness that you could have given them spiritually. And your own spoiled children will literally feel like strangers to you ...

So, answering your question, humans are spirit beings above anything else. And only spiritual fatherhood counts. In this way a child can have many fathers and mothers. And in this way any person without children could have many children of his ...

So that's my take on this!

Thanks for asking me this question. I assume you mean DNA.

The answer is that you cannot know with 100% certainty that your daughter is biologically related to you until a DNA test is done. It is not about trusting your partner. A nurse who had changed children at birth recently made the news. Their actions caused many marriages to fall apart because the parents made the children do tests, without testing the mother, and found that they were not the father of the children. The only problem was that by testing themselves and the child, they missed the opportunity to see that

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Thanks for asking me this question. I assume you mean DNA.

The answer is that you cannot know with 100% certainty that your daughter is biologically related to you until a DNA test is done. It is not about trusting your partner. A nurse who had changed children at birth recently made the news. Their actions caused many marriages to fall apart because the parents made the children do tests, without testing the mother, and found that they were not the father of the children. The only problem was that by testing themselves and the child, they missed the opportunity to see that not only were they NOT the fathers, the mothers were actually NOT the mothers either! So trust has NOTHING to do with this.

The ONLY factual way to determine if the child you consider YOUR daughter is YOURS is to get a DNA test! My personal opinion is that a rapid DNA test should be developed and EVERY CHILD should be tested just before the parents leave the hospital to make sure the child they are leaving with is theirs. THAT simple action would have saved so many people from horrible stories of changes at birth and even more horrible stories of parenthood later on!

I would not label this under "Genetics".
It's more of a psychological issue.

You need to find out why this question suddenly came up. Was it someone sowing seeds of doubt in your mind or was it some behavior that triggered this problem?

I doubt this is a hypothetical question as a simple Google search will reveal links to genetic testing labs, however if the source of this doubt is not found and / or corrected, this is just the tip of the iceberg that will then sink the relationship.

If the child is already born and has been with the child for a while, do you want to ruin the f

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I would not label this under "Genetics".
It's more of a psychological issue.

You need to find out why this question suddenly came up. Was it someone sowing seeds of doubt in your mind or was it some behavior that triggered this problem?

I doubt this is a hypothetical question as a simple Google search will reveal links to genetic testing labs, however if the source of this doubt is not found and / or corrected, this is just the tip of the iceberg that will then sink the relationship.

If the child is already born and you have been with him for a while, do you want to ruin the family with that questioning?
Your child accepted you as a father and you accepted him as your own, will the gene count be more important than the bond that the two of you have formed?

So again, what is the real reason for asking this question?

Absolutely yes, we don't have that much variation in the entire human race.

My father has blue eyes, he used to have blond hair and is very light skinned. My mother has darker skin, dark brown to black hair, and brown eyes. The characteristics of my father are generally the recessive gene and it is true that all children look like my mother (well, I am going bald like my father). All the grandchildren also have dark hair and brown eyes.

About 12 years ago, my sister adopted a boy she had been raising. He is the spitting image of my father, he is the only grandson who looks anything like my father. He is too

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Absolutely yes, we don't have that much variation in the entire human race.

My father has blue eyes, he used to have blond hair and is very light skinned. My mother has darker skin, dark brown to black hair, and brown eyes. The characteristics of my father are generally the recessive gene and it is true that all children look like my mother (well, I am going bald like my father). All the grandchildren also have dark hair and brown eyes.

About 12 years ago, my sister adopted a boy she had been raising. He is the spitting image of my father, he is the only grandson who looks anything like my father. Nor is he any relative, at least since our various families have been to the Americas.

A paternity test.

It is not necessary to take the girl to the hospital or alert her to her doubts. Just wipe the children's cheek and mail it in.

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Choose your test. Use it.

There is a failure rate. So if you can afford it, take 2–3 just to be safe. It's not the kind of question you want to get wrong.

Any other answer, despite the date of conception, is comparatively a waste of time.

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