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    Could i be pregnant on implanon
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    isokehammid posted:
    I got implanon January last yr since i've had maybe 3-4 period if that. I had one that started on December 3 ended Dec 10 then on the 21st i was in a car accident had sex with dh on Dec 23 started spotting Dec 24th i though maybe it was because of the accident it lasted ruffly a week i wouldn't have it all day then at night it would be really heavy at night and first thing in the morning yesterday i became really nauseated me and dh are having alot of problems i don;t know if it was stress or what i woke up today with crapms and stomach discomfort i had a neg hpt last week someone please help
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