May I join you?? I had my implant removed on the 8th Sept, had 1st period on 19th Sept, then had a really long cycle of 40 days where I had loads of pg symptoms but eventually AF arrived on 29th Oct, I was hopefully holding out for a BFP for my birthday but was unlucky when I was woken early in the morning of my birthday by AF (29th Nov).
So now back to the start of another cycle!
I've a little boy who is 5 who was a fab 'surprise' so have never ttc before.. who'd have thought really how difficult it could be!?
I had implanon for 3 full years. had it removed 19 March 2010. As a few friends have had chemical miscarriages following it, we waited until Sept to start TTC. we have been taking Conception Plus vitamins for him and her since March.
1 year after having the implanon inserted, i started to bleed every 2 weeks. My doc gave me a contraceptive pill to take a couple times a week to stop this, which worked fine. no periods before or after. Periods returned within 6 weeks, and after 1 cycle they regulated to 29 days.
I had my Implanon removed on 30th Sept this year after having it in for 20 months. Had no problems with it at all apart from the odd bleed. Had WB on the 4th-7th Oct, then started proper AF on the 23rd-27th, had a 32day cycle, started AF again on the 24th-28th, so seems quite regular and normal so far.. fingers crossed it stays that way!
Firstly I started bleeding tonight - so looking like AF has returns. Bad news - the past 4/5 days I have had positive OPKS and lots of EWCM (including today), so I assumed I was ovulating. Now if I did ovulate my body is a total mess to be getting AF now. If I wasn't ovulating what the hell is going on with the positive OPKs?
Didn't want to read and run, I've no idea what goes on with our bodies sometimes! My doc said that my fertility would return pretty much straight away but my cycles seem to have been a bit 'all over the place' this one I had no signs whatsover that AF was going to arrive but its been dreadfully heavy one (sorry tmi ) the only upside is that at least it was 30 days after the previous one rather than the 40 days cycle from the month before.
I hope things regulate themselves for you very soon and we all get the we are hoping for!
that is very confusing.the things the implant does to your body.i have been so confused about my body that i am considering doing a test.my OH had noticed yesterday that my nipples have darkened.i will be getting the tests today and will prob be doing 1 tomorrow morning.i know it could well be nothing but no harm in trying.
I know what you girls mean, Its been a week since having it removed, still no sign of AF, woke up this morning feeling incredibly sick and bloated, all I want to do is test, although I know its going to be too early to tell anything.
Since having my implant out last month I've had a banging headache everyday. As I work in a busy call centre the noise doesn't really help Has anyone else had this problem, also I didn't have a withdrawal bleed afterwards but I had only just said bye to AF the day before, what do you guys think?
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