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On implanon. Overweight. Negative pregnancy test. What is going on?

I have been on the implanon going on 3 years now and it is due to come out in a few weeks. I am slightly over weight and I know it may not be as affevtive while on birth control . I have been having symptoms like I am pregnant and gaining weight also. I have taken a few home pregnancy tests and they have all came back that possible?
Asked On : Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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Hi amanda.
Welcome to HCM.
Implanon is a very effective method of birth control & since there is still some time in its removal you must not worry about pregnancy as the chances of you being pregnant are negligible.
Implanon contain a hormone that mimic to those produced in normal pregnancies. So, you may experience all the pregnancy like symptoms in simple words.
Hope this resolves your query.
Best Regards.
Answered: Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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