Sorry if this is a repeat thread but still thought id ask.
I had my implant out on 25th April 2011, slight bleed (2 day when my usual perios is 5) then nothing. Next period due 31/5/2011, didn't arrive, BFP 2 weeks later.
By these calculations i must have concieved 2-3 weeks after Implant removal. The reason im asking is because everyone i meet (including docs) are baffled by it happening so quick. When i had it removed the doctor told me it could take upto 6 months to concieve!
Im over the moon that it didn't, just a little confused as to why! :-)
Hiaa hun, I got mine taken out in March 2010 ...had a period around about 2months later in June and got my first BFP in January/February of 2011 although we had a male sperm factor issue too. Unofrtunately I lost that one in the April but got my next BFP in June (so quite quickly!) and am now 11weeks along tomorrow but everyone is different I was told between 4weeks to 6months
Hi! I had my implanon removed 4th May and KNOW I conceived less than a week later but, as my lining was still weak from the implanon, I m/c 23rd. I was not told anything about taking 6months to conceive. I got my BFP Sunday 7th August. You're lucky that your body was in a state able to hold a pregnancy so soon after removal! Congratulations! xox
I got my first implant out and concieved the week I took it out but my lining was still weak from the implant I miscarried at 5-6 weeks then concieved my second son 3 months after m/c. this time I took the implant out begining of may and waited 2 months because i didn't want to repeat what happened but first month of trying we fell pregnant
my doctor told me that we could get pregnant as soon as implant is removed if its the copper one but the hormonal one (merina) could takes 6 months for the body to get back to normal before being able to concieve.
congrats girlie and I hope you have a happy and healthy pregnancy
It took us around 6 months but my doctor told me that my fertility would go back to normal straight away and that you can get pregnant immediately after having implanon removed. I've heard of some cases of people falling pregnant from having sex two days before implanon removal as sperm can live in the female body for up to five days so if you ovulate right after removal then bam! Of course this does not happen for the majority of people but it's not impossible so I'm not sure why your doctor seemed so baffled. Congratulations though :-)
I fell pregnant immediately following mirena removal, not even 1 visit from AF. My doc thinks it's funny as he thought it would take months due to the hormones, PCOS and my age. I was worried about my lining being too thin but after 2 scans due to spotting all is looking good so far.
I have 2 children already and with my son I had the implanon removed and got pregnant within 6 months
I am currently 9+3 weeks pregnant and got the implanon out the 6th july this year and got pregnant in the 1st month !!! :d
They say that you are more fertile in the first week of getting the implanon removed but it can take up to 6 months for the hormones to release from your body !!
The DRS recommed if you are trying for a baby for you to have at least 1 normal peroid before trying !!
When i got pregnant with my daughter in 2007 i had my implant removed in july found out i was pregnant in august with no period or withdrawal bleed in between, so it can sometimes happen very soon, i read after finding out i was pregnant that it only takes 48hrs for the hormones from the implant to leave your system but it can take up to 12months to get a regular cycle x
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