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    bit of a disappointment to go to the toilet and get your period while your sitting there thats what just happened to me.
    i had the implanon removed exactly 4 weeks ago today, had unprotected sex a few times after, started showing a few signs of what i thought was my new baby starting life, but turns out it wasnt. pretty up now


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    I actually felt my heart break when this happened to me. Im so sorry
    for next month...

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    I had this happen 2 months ago. We had been visiting family and I had really started getting my hopes up that I could be pregnant even after the bfn test. I just really wanted to find out I was pregnant and get to share the news with family while we were home. (we live 9 hours away with dh work). I was2 days late at the time.

    That night we were hanging out playing board games. I ran to the restroom and there she was ;(

    Went back to the gathering and had a glass of wine!

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    Thanks for your support guys. My partner dosnt understand why I'm upset really. He wants a baby to but just doesn't understand. Im do sorry that it didnt work for u guys. I hope u both are having better luck xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummyOf2Sweeties View Post
    bit of a disappointment to go to the toilet and get your period while your sitting there thats what just happened to me.
    i had the implanon removed exactly 4 weeks ago today, had unprotected sex a few times after, started showing a few signs of what i thought was my new baby starting life, but turns out it wasnt. pretty up now

    Implanon is ****!!! When i had mine removed i did not get my AF for 5 weeks. Then it became a very regular 28 day cycle for the next 4 months while we were TTC. Is was very depressing everytime it showed up. I know how you feel.

    The good news is, it will happen for you! You body just needs time for all those hormones to sort themselves out. Implanon does not allow ovulation, so your body needs time to start ovulation again. I have read it can take upto 6mths-2years for your body to return to normal after imlanon removal (depending on how long you had it in)

    Personally, it took me 4 cycles to concieve after imlanon. Every woman is different tho. I will never be going on implanon as contraception ever again, it totally screwed up my body.

    It's hard but hang in there...i'm sure it will be worth it when your body is ready for it to happen

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    thanks, i was just amazed because i had my other 2 almost straight away after having one removed (tho the first was a misscariage and i didnt have my boy till 4 mnths later) i no i shouldnt really be upset because of all those poor families that cant have children. but i still am

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    thanks

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    Implanon sucks. I was told it can take upto 3 months before you're able to fall pregnant. At least now you can start working out when you're ovulating, increasing your chances of falling pregnant.

    I have the Mirena, I can't have any kids anymore, but I was told that the day you get it taken out, is the day you can start TTC. A big bonus if you dont want kids at the time, but definitely want them lateron.
    Even with the pill they say it can take upto 6 months. I was supposed to be sterile, so I gave up on the pill because it made me very moody. Lo and behold, 3 weeks later I was pregnant

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    what us the mirena? i havnt even heard of that, well i guess your not sterile then lol.

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    Hahahahaha yeah I guess my specialist was a bit wrong lol.

    The Mirena is an IUD. Its a little copper thread that they put in your uterus that has the same hormones as the Implanon has. It still lets you ovulate, but prevents the fertilized egg from implanting into your uterus. Thus it prevents a viable pregnancy


 

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