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    Default Unlikely conception chances

    Hmmm so a question.

    I got my implant out on the morning of the 15th. The nurse told me that it stops working as a contraceptive immediately, but full fertility takes a while to return, and not to get downhearted if conception takes a while.
    She also said most women find they get a period within a few weeks, and not to worry about this.

    We DTD {no protection} night of the 15th, morning of the 16th, night of the 16th, and morning of the 17th.
    Afternoon of the 17th I started light spotting, which escalated into a period that lasted until the morning of the 20th, when it suddenly cut off.

    From the 20th to now {four days} I've been generally 'off' feeling.
    For the past two days, I've had no appetite, so tired, so irritable, raging heartburn and I have that horrid back of the throat feeling you get when you're thhiissss close to throwing up, but it doesn't quite happen.

    SURELY it's not possible we conceived during those 2 days after the removal?
    And surely too early for early symptoms?

    I haven't found any info online on sickness after implant removal, so I'm thinking this is either a false pregnancy or maybe my body flushing out the chemicals from living 6 years with an implant in.

    Thoughts?

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    this happened to me, about 3-4mnths ago. i got it out we dtd a few times after and then af arrived for like 3 days not even that, then i started to get slight symptoms, i wasnt preg. took me 3 mnths to get preg after i had it out. good luck and i hope you are, but i dont think you would be sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummyOf2Sweeties View Post
    this happened to me, about 3-4mnths ago. i got it out we dtd a few times after and then af arrived for like 3 days not even that, then i started to get slight symptoms, i wasnt preg. took me 3 mnths to get preg after i had it out. good luck and i hope you are, but i dont think you would be sorry
    Yeah I don't think I am either, I think I read that it takes ages for the egg to actually implant itself in the wall and "take form", if you get me.

    It would just be an insane fluke if it was I suppose.

    I don't mind waiting, although I hope it's as quick as yours!

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    just make sure you go at it like rabbits

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummyOf2Sweeties View Post
    just make sure you go at it like rabbits
    We already do! Trying to calculate my peak ovulation days was a headache as my periods fluctuated like crazy.

    Then DH said "Why don't we just keep doing what we're doing, and just *adult language* all the time? Then we can't miss the best days"

    Solid plan! Onwards to victory!

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    haha sounds like a plan

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    Even for me coming off the injections it took a few months for everything to settle down. The first month I was the same as you....felt off, boobs sore, etc but it was just my hormones settling down.

    Have you looked at getting some cheapie OPKs online? I found they really helped to pinpoint Oing...and as much I DTD is fun I really wanted to make sure that we DTD on the best days.

    Oh....and I thought it was bulls and ramming not bunnies! My you DO have a menagerie there!

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    Haha

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    I had my inplanon removed had one period then fell pregnant it was quick
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    I had my implanon out 12/9/11, and got a BFP less then 2 weeks later. I had nausea and sore boobs from about 4 or 5 days after having it removed. Sadly it resulted in a miscarriage a week later but I fell pregnant the very next cycle and am now 32 weeks pregnant again I had symptoms from the day we conceived.


 

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