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On nexplanon implant. Weight gain, breast tenderness and nausea. Pregnancy test negative. False test?

I have the nexplanon impant and have been on my "period" 5 weeks straight. I am sexually active. Lately ive noticed a little weight gain, frequent peeing, feet hurt, back and headsaches, fatigue, breast tenderness and nausea. I took a pee pregnancy test and it came out negative. Is it a false negative or does my body just not like me?
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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Since you are on implant, the chances of being pregnant are minimal. The mild spotting that you had is due to mild hormonal disturbance and is commonly seen with such implants. This will subside on its own.
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Answered: Thu, 2 May 2013
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