I had my implanon removed on the 14th of March as me and the other half are TTC, have had unprotected sex 3 or 4 times since then. I have been experiencing light spots of blood that are only visible when i wipe and no period(sorry tmi!), nausea, stomach cramps, aches in lower right side of back and cold sweats. Could this be to early for them to be pregnancy symptoms? Took a pregnancy test last week (cheap poundland one) and came back negative. Could it just be the effects of having implanon removed?
When did the light spotting start? The same thing happened to me and it was withdrawal bleeding. It happened for a few days. Then I got af by the end of the month. First 0 after emoval is suppose to be today. Have u taken any more hcgs? I had a lot of those effects even the nausea!! I thought I was pregnant but had my period a week after.
Hey I had mine removed March 20 th and had all those symptoms also-not trying until June pr July so using condoms so didn't think I was pg but definitely felt awful with loads of cramps and nausea all weekend before period came. Sorry not much of a help I know!
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