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Had implanon, stomach tight, put on weight, urinate often, back pain. What might cause this?

hi, i have had an implanon for nearly 2 years and through that have never had a complete period, sometimes a light one for 2 or 3 day but not often. Over the past 2/3 weeks it seems i have put on weight but my stomach has a very tight feeling, i find myself peeing often even though i drink very little, my stomach sometimes cramps really badly, and my lower back has been aching a lot
Asked On : Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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you have pain abdomen and increased frequency of micturition..
you could be having urinary tract infection..
see your physician for the diagnosis of the infection by examination and urine examination..
you need to put on antibiotics and antispasmodics...
drink lot of fluids and maintain good genital hygeine..
all the very best.
Answered: Fri, 9 Aug 2013
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