... have to have instead of the old Implanon) anyways I got pregnant on it after almost 2 weeks but didn't know I was pregnant and had a miscarriage. I'm finally over the whole mess a miscarriage makes on your body and am ready for sex again and my question is "I know I should've waited longer before having unprotected sex that early after getting the implant in but now it's been in my arm for 3 months now and it's been 1 week after my miscarriage can my husband cum inside me again without worrying about getting pregnant again? I'm so scared to go through a miscarriage again it was the most painful experience I never want to go through again
Let me ask, Are you a heavier woman? Some of the implants have been known not to be as effective in women with higher body mass indexes. If you had had Nexplanon inserted between Day 1 (first day of menstrual bleeding) and Day 5 of the menstrual cycle, then back up shouldnt be necessary. If you had it placed at any other time, it needs a while (they usually recommend at least seven days) for it to work and if it is not put in at start of period, there is a possibility you could have been pregnant when they placed it.. If it has been in for 3 months now, you should be okay to have sex without barrier back up. Miscarriage is not an easy thing to go through. I can understand your fears. God Bless you military wives. My son is in the military and I know what my daughter in Law goes through as a military wife! She is pregnant with their first child and he is deployed for a year. It has been difficult at every turn. She recently moved back home. They had been stationed in El Paso at Bliss, but she decided to move back here while he is away, especially having a first baby and without her husband, and she went through hell just to get her papers to see a new OB doc here in AZ! We are hoping he is going to be allowed to come home either right prior to the baby's birth or when she goes into labor. If he comes at her due date though, and she is late, he could miss the birth or only spend a few days with the baby so the most likely scenario will be he will come home when she goes into labor but he is about 17 hours away by air (and it will be HIS dime to come home) so he will likely miss the birth but will be able to spend a little time with the baby before heading back for 6 more months (and I know my son, this will be the most difficult time in his life) They were using the "withdrawal" method because she cant take birth control hormones and they dont like barrier methods, I guess, and they were lucky for about 2 1/2 to 3 years then right before his deployment she found out she was pregnant! He went to basic 2 months after they were married and they were apart through all of that and AIT, now she is having a baby while he is deployed (which I had a feeling was going to happen because withdrawal methods dont work very well). They like to do things the hard way it seems. But everything with the military is very hurry up and wait and you dont know anything for sure about your life until the last minute! It is a rough way to live and a great deal of burden is placed upon you wives! When they move, she pretty much has to do it all herself because the Army isnt going to give HIM time to do everything! lol I feel for you girls and God bless you for doing what you do! Thank your husband for his service. I know it is not easy on our soldiers either. Now they are wanting to cut back what little you all get as benefits! Most people think that soldiers get everything for free but that is not the truth. My son has had to buy a good portion of his equipment himself. If you discount housing allowances, most of those soldiers make less than minimum wage and they want to raise the minimum wage to $10 to flip burgers but our soldiers benefits are being cut daily!! Anyway, I know that isnt what you asked about but I wanted to thank you and your husband for the sacrifices you make for him to defend our country because I know what you go through!
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