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On implanon, light period with pinkish white discharge, frequent yeast infections. Reasons ?

Im on implanon , have been since febuary. My period was kind of irregular but I would still get it. Within the last 2 months my period was lighter, brown spotting with only 2 or 3 days of regular bleeding . This month my period was very late ( it came yesterday) and was a consistant pinkish color, mixed with a white discharge . I frequently get yeast infections now that I have implanon. Today I feel kind of queezy, I had been feeling this way on and off since last saturday. Since most of it, if not all, involved me running back and forth to the bathroom I rigured it was food poisioning or a bug that had been going around. My appetite is extremely small, I dont really want to eat anything only drink stuff. I feel like I could throw up, but its no where near a urge/need. My boyfriend and I had unprotected sex about 2weeks ago, one day it was on a day my period tracker said I was fertile. He hadnt ejaculated in my to our knowledge, we keep stopping from being scared. That same week I took a at home pregnacy test and it came back negative. Should I be worried????
Asked On : Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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In the current situation, you need to clarify if you are suffering from a gastric problem or are really pregnant. You should get a blood test done to exclude/confirm pregnancy as urine test cannot be relied up on under these circumstances. Once clarified, further management can be accordingly planned. Please check whether the implant has been displaced in which event it can malfunction and failures do happen. Please see a specialist for further suggestions. Hope you find this information useful. Take care.
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