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Brown discharge after putting Implanon

Implanon first 3months i had this brown discharge months later now its back and straight after sex I am 16 and i was put on the implanon and the first couple of months i had browny discharge then i had completely nothing for 2 months but now when i wipe there is the browny disharge again.... I was moody the week before and i have had swab tests and pee test so im sure no diseases....But is this just dryed blood cause it is quite wet and liquidy hard to explain.
Asked On : Fri, 11 Feb 2011
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The dark brown discharge after sex is collected blood which comes out due to the movement of uterus during sex.If you are getting your periods regularly after impanon then there is no reason to worry.Just in case if you still are worried you can consult your Gynaecologist for examination and opinion.
Answered: Sat, 13 Aug 2011
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