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    Default period after implanon removal

    when after getting implanon removed should you get your period back??

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    When you "should" and when you do/will/might get it back are 2 different things. For me, (I have irregular periods and PCOS) I got a withdrawal bleed after a few days and then a period 2 months later.

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    It was around 3-4 months for me

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    Red face ?

    ok thank you, iv had it out now for a month and have had nothing, also while i had it in a didnt have a period. i got it out as to have my second child, im just worried that i mite have a problem.

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    I was the same, nothing while I had it in, got it out to try for number 2, I got really stressed but its just your body getting it all out of its system it all depends on how well your body "bounces back" or that what my gp said

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    i just had mine out, and exactly 1 month later it showed up, lasted for 3 days, went away n then 2 days later (yesterday) thought it came back again but it was just some weird dark red/brown discharge stuff, which was very light, and that lasted bout 2 hrs so, yea thats what happened/happening with mine


 

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