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Haven't had blood loss since the removal of Implanon. How do I know if I'm pregnant for certain?

i had the Implanon taken out and a new one put in at the same time that was on the 28/8/2012 i havent had any blood loss but iv put on 5 kg and look 4months pregnant iv gone from 57kg to 62kg i have three girls already and i look like i did when i was pregnant with them i did a test about month ago but it said not pregnate i have cravings , im putting on kg, im sleepy all the time and have mood swing should i do another home test and does the Implanon affects the home test
Asked On : Fri, 4 Jan 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
thanks for your query.
If you havent had a period since August, it would have definitely shown up on your pregnancy test.
1 out of 5 women on Implanon experience amenorrhoea ( absence of periods ).
Also, other changes like mood swings, tiredness and weight gain could be due to Implanon.
Please contact your healthcare provider if the symptoms are really bothersome.
Take care.
Answered: Sun, 6 Jan 2013
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