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Bleeding, nausea, vomiting, constantly sleeping after removing implanon. Pregnant?

Hello I got my implanon removed sometime in September 12th and I had slight bleeding that lasted for 2 days the week I got my implanon out and than it stopped and than I got a blood pregnancy test October 9th but it was negative and than shortly after that I started bleeding again October 13th thru 15th non stop but it was very light and it was pinkish reddish at times and after that about 3 weeks after that I started getting very nauseous but not to the point that I was vomiting just felt like I was and it is still going on and I have been sleeping non stop for the past week or so. Could I be pregnant?
Fri, 9 Nov 2012
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Hi,
Fertility usually returns within six weeks of removal of Implanon, So, it looks like you have ovulated. You should take a blood pregnancy test as HPTs may not be positive in early stages owing to their lesser sensitivity. Do not take any medication unless your pregnancy test results come out. Take further advice from your doctor. Take care.
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Bleeding, nausea, vomiting, constantly sleeping after removing implanon. Pregnant?

Hi, Fertility usually returns within six weeks of removal of Implanon, So, it looks like you have ovulated. You should take a blood pregnancy test as HPTs may not be positive in early stages owing to their lesser sensitivity. Do not take any medication unless your pregnancy test results come out. Take further advice from your doctor. Take care.