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    beautifully_made243 posted:
    Hi my name is jess I was taken off my implanon on febraury o have not had a period just some spotting. I gey nauseated, om always tired, my stache gets a painful streched feeling and a heavy feeling to it. And I'm constantly having to go pee every hr it seems but pregnancy test says no could it of been too early to tell or could it just be my hormones actin up.
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    Anu06 responded:
    May be its due to hormones acted. But still you have any doubt check pregnancy with Instant In-Stream Pregnancy Test .

    http://www.home-check.net.in/female-fertility/pregnancy-test.html


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