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When DNA Test Says Child is Not Yours, It Doesn't Mean Your Wife Cheated, This Might Have Happened

OsafoTwum 06/25/2020

Dear Nigerian Men, 

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On the off chance that DNA tests state a youngster isn't yours, that kid isn't yours. 


On the off chance that a lady thinks of the advantageous lie of "child switch", NEVER get bulldozed. 


Send her for a maternity test. 


On the off chance that that child's DNA coordinates her DNA, that isn't an infant switch, she undermined you. 


Similarly as there is a paternity test to demonstrate the parenthood of a youngster, there is a maternity test to demonstrate the parenthood of a kid. 


On the off chance that a kid's DNA doesn't coordinate a man, that man isn't the dad. 


Yet, on the off chance that that kid's DNA coordinates the mother, at that point she undermined him. It's basic. 


Infant switches are staggeringly troublesome in a standard medical clinic. I need to state that completely. 


I know Nollywood and Africa Magic have harmed our thinking yet with the exception of the infant was conceived in a trough, 99.999% of the time, "child switch" is practically incomprehensible in a standard clinic. 


Be that as it may, how about we expect for contention purpose, it was a "child switch", what will DNA results resemble? 


In a genuine child switch, the infant's DNA won't coordinate both the "mother" and "father" - on the grounds that they are NOT the genuine guardians. 


Yet, on the off chance that DNA matches one of them, that individual ought to clarify. 


I know a large number of you detest reality and would prefer to clutch silly clarifications like a nonexistent "infant switch" when Paternity Fraud issues come up yet the realities are the realities. 


The maternity test is the appropriate response. What's more, if the child's DNA coordinates the mother, she cheated.

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