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    An_253166 posted:
    I am currently on the birth control Implanon and have been for 3 months (i was currently on it for the past three years and had to get a new stick), i am having weird body signs such as sore/swollen breasts, clear discharge, tiredness, I cant drink one cup of any alcohol without throwing up, very emotional, and I am bloated as well, i haven't taken a test yet because i am not sure if this could just be from my birth control, I have never had side affects like this usually just the abnormal period and headaches but all of these other symptoms don't make to much sense. Any reply will help!
     
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    aygirl responded:
    I also just realized i spotted about a week ago and havent bled since then..


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