I just had the one but I had it the full three years. I used fertilaid to get my period back I went two months after I got it out with no period started taking fertilaid and two weeks later got AF. ( only took fertilaid for 2 months)We got our BFP on cycle # 4 and 6 months after implanon removal.
I had two implants. 4 years with implanon. I had it removed 3/5/12 got withdrawal spotting 3 days later for 3-4 days. Thought I was pregnant after all that so I tested one week straight got bfn and kept testing every week. Today I bought two tests and took one bfn... about an hour ago AF decided to show! Its been 3 weeks and 3 days ago.
Hi girls . I had my inplant out on the 2nd of the month and since then i have had continuous bleeding with cramps . Is this normal ? Also (sorrry to much information )i've been having alot of cervical mucus the past day or two and it is thick and stringy and clear which confuses me as i read this could mean i am fertile . Does this mean i can probably still concieve whilst bleeding or not . Hasanyone else had simular problem as the prolonged bleeding ? Thanks
I had my implanon taken out on the 2nd of Feb and had continuous bleeding from the 3rd of Feb to about the 12th of Feb so it seemed pretty ok for me to be bleeding that long. I took it that my body was getting back to normal pretty quick as I got my BFP in March and I am now 6 weeks pregnant
Just wait it out hun and you'll be good to go next month
Hi ladies i am new to this, but have read many of the posts, been with my partner for just over 7years now, got my implant removed on the 12th of april, had the implant for roughly 2years and 8months was on the pill before this for 2years, want to ttc now, i got my period on the 11th april day before removal!! Lasted for 5 days really light period,I usually knew when my period was coming as id get really really sore breast, when do you think id be ovaulating, do you think i should use protection for a couple of months?
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