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Due to have implanon, started heavy bleeding, no pain. Is it due to implantation bleed and i have fallen pregnant?

hello i am due to have my implanon out in august and i have recently started bleeding heavy and in absolute agony,usually i spot every 6 months but im never in pain. it feels as if someones giving me a good kicking . is it possible because im in my last 2 months that im having whats know as a implantation bleed and i have fallen pregnant?
Sat, 30 Jun 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
the possible causes for your bleeding are,
-side effect of implanon:
as sometimes this can cause menstrual irregularities, that may be reason for your heavy bleeding,
as there is around 1% failure rate for implanon, there is chance of pregnancy,
then your bleeding could be implantation bleeding but normally that may not be this much severe,
so this bleeding can also be because of miscarriage,
you better visit your gynecologist and get examined to rule out above possibilities.
take care.

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