Well I had my nexplanon inserted on july 3 2013 and had it removed feb. 17 2014. I wasn't on my period when I was on it. Well when I had it removed my fiance and I had intercourse the same day so before I had it removed. Maybe a couple hours before. When I use to have my periods they came regularly. And I never had cramps now maybe 3 weeks ago I had spotting only when I wiped but it stopped. I thought my period was coming but it has been 3 weeks since I had blood come out from me. And I've never spotted only once when I found I was pregnant with my son. So idk what to do I don't want to get too excited and think I could be pregnant but then I don't want to be hurt when I find out I'm not. Any suggestions? Advice ? Could I be or false alarm? Please help
Let me just say that for most women it can take 6 months to a year to get pregnant. That is not to say that there is no possibility for you to get pregnant on your first try, it happens but not as often as one might think. When a woman ovulates, she is only fertile for about 3-4 days per month. Having Nexplanon in, you are going to likely take some time to begin ovulating normally again. While it is possible, I wouldnt get my hopes up too high. Contend yourself with the fact that it may take several months that way you wont be disappointed. It WILL happen sooner or later though so just let it happen! With having the Nexplanon out recently, you can expect weird things until the body gets back to normal. You had only had the device in for a year so hormone levels were still high when it was removed because this device can protect you several years if left in. I would say chances are greater that you are not pregnant yet but pregnancy still is a possibility.
- Nexplanon Information for Consumers
- Nexplanon Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Nexplanon (detailed)
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