Blood type matching is the cheapest and simplest test but it does not determine paternity it only tells you if it is possible that you are the father.If the blood types don’t match up there is no possible way you are the father and no other tests are needed.If the blood types do match up it only means that you could be the father and a DNA test will be needed to know for sure.
You have the responsibility to ensure that your child is safe and well cared for and is free from harm.
You have the responsibility to make decisions that are in the best interest of your child.
More on rights and responsibilities later, first let’s look at the most important thing every prospective father needs to know about… There are two ways to determine if you are the father, blood type matching and DNA testing.
There is a lot of advice out there for girls who find themselves facing an unwanted or unexpected pregnancy but there is very little information out there for guys.
It takes two to make a baby but all too often when the pregnancy is announced the guy gets lost in the confusion.
Teen fatherhood is not something to be taken lightly and along with responsibilities to the mother and the child; you have rights that you need to know about.First and foremost you have the right to know for sure that you are the father.This is not only a right you have but it is a right that the unborn child is entitled to as well.While everyone is mixed up in the emotionally charged circumstances surrounding an unwanted pregnancy it is often overlooked or downplayed that both father and child have a right to know the truth about paternity.Understandably a pregnant girl may be upset when the subject of DNA testing comes up but it is not something you should ever feel guilty about requesting.You are not calling her sexual conduct in to question by wanting to know for sure that you are the father. You are simply exercising your right to know for sure that you are the father and this is important because fatherhood is a life long commitment. You have the responsibility to financially and emotionally care for your child.