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Fluctuating pregnancy test reports after child birth. Started using birth control. Started the habit of eating nails. What is wrong?

Hey my name is Gabrielle i went to the doctor 2 weeks ago. They gave me 2 pregnancy test and they both came back with a very faint line so they gave me a blood test n it came back that i was not pregnant so i got on birth control (implanon) and now i have been eating more my nails are growing and my period was suppost to come on yesterday and i have not seen anything and i just gave birth on Jan 5 so what do u think is going on
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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While you are on implanon, it is normal to have a delay in your periods. Since the blood test for pregnancy was negative before the implanon was put in, there is nothing to worry. You need to wait for your periods to start,.
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Answered: Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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