I havnt been able to get insurance to get it removed but being that it's expired anyways we decided to try for a baby. Is it possible that the implant is still working?
The only way to tell that is with a hormone level being done. It should not be effecting you after all this time. Have you gone to planned parenthood to see if they will remove it for you? I do want to say that before you try for a baby you need to get insurance. Having a baby is very expensive. Without insurance you're going to have a rough time with hospital and doctor billes.
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