... every three months but since november of 2012 i started getting my cycle every month and in march 2013 when it was due to be removed i havent had a period since and i havent gotten it removed yet now ive been having pregnacy symptoms and really dont kniw what to think of all this
If you didnt replace your Implanon in March when it was due and you continued to have unprotected sex, then you could very well be pregnant. You have essentially been on no birth control for the past two months. This surprises you? It is not magic and it doesnt work well past its time to be removed and replaced. It secretes a certain amount of hormone for 3 years, after 3 years, it cannot be counted on to still have enough hormone to keep you from getting pregnant. That is why they tell you to remove and replace it.
- Implanon Information for Consumers
- Implanon Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Implanon (detailed)
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