Hi, thanks for asking in Healthcare Magic.
contains the progesterone Desogestrel
(68 mg) and releases around 30 micro gms daily. It prevents conception by inhibiting ovulation and makes the cervical mucus thick and viscid rendering it impossible for sperm penetration.
The symptoms you are having is due to removal of Implanon and not due to pregnancy
. Although Desogestrel is excreted within a week from the body, its will be present for some more time and hence you have spotting, nausea
and cramping. Since it is only three weeks after removal of Implanon, the imbalance of hormones created by it have not yet settled down.
It takes almost a minimum period of 6 weeks for the ovulation to return back. In some people it may take a longer time. The cycles may take several months to normalize and it is a little too early to conceive. However as soon as the ovulation is regularized, your chances of conceiving will improve.
I hope this is helpful to you.