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  1. #1
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    Sep 2012

    Default Implanon NXT removal

    Hey ladies, this is my first post on the Hub!

    So here it goes, I had a miscarriage in early may which resulted in a medically necessary d&c to remove retained products of conception. This is my second miscarriage in 2 years, nevertheless my partner and I decided we would stop TTC for a while, it was suggested I use the Implanon due to some bad side effects on the pill.
    So on my next period in early June I had the implanon inserted into my arm, only to find I turned into a mad hormonal crying emotional mess, not to mention the headaches and constant bloating and stomach pain, however I never experienced any bleeding.
    In early August I had the implanon removed well since the. I haven't had a period, just extreme stomach cramping, body aches etc sorry TMI but one minor rectal bleed. I go to the doctor several times who suggests that it's my period and to wait it out over a month and a half later and 2 missed periods I still haven't got an answer, my skin has gone crazy still with persistent stomach cramps and 10 + pregnancy tests all with BFN'S I am going stir crazy trying to figure what my body is doing, I feel like a faulty woman! My body just isn't doing what it's supposed to!

    Any suggestions or personal experiences would be greatly appreciated


  2. #2
    Join Date
    May 2012
    Implonan stuffs up your hormone balance, maybe it's just your body dealing with the change in balance now that its gone.


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