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Conception after Implant Removal...

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Molliee92 Sun 02-Aug-15 20:17:01

Hi all!

Wondering if anyone has any experiences they'd like to share re: pregnancy immediately after implant removal?

We weren't initially TTC but that damn implant had me almost tearing people's heads off and needed to come out! I had it removed on July 13th same day as end of AF and DTD almost every night after (weird, crazy high sex drive). We really had a good talk and my OH told me he's been ready for a baby for a while but was waiting until my job became a permanent position which it recently did.

For the past few days I've had incredibly tender boobs, a bout of cystitis and have been having naps at approx. 4pm after work every day! The smell of coffee is making me want to vomit, and normally I live off the stuff.

I'll be absolutely amazed if it's a BFP so soon, but did anyone else feel like this after removal of nexplanon?0

Tucktalking Mon 03-Aug-15 00:06:08

just have a pregnancy test. simple.

MummyBex1985 Mon 03-Aug-15 08:21:48

From what I've read, the withdrawal symptoms from implanon and nexplanon are VERY similar to PG symptoms, so the first month is a nightmare!

However you can theoretically conceive within days of it being removed so FX for you flowers

Molliee92 Mon 03-Aug-15 12:57:55

Well yes, naturally I will take a test just incase but it's obviously a little early and was asking if anyone has experienced anything similar!

Thanks MummyBex1985, hopefully it dies down soon then if it is withdrawal so I can get my cycle back to normal! smile

oliveobsessed Mon 03-Aug-15 12:59:59

I conceived 3 days after removal

MummyBex1985 Mon 03-Aug-15 13:06:47

Today 12:59 oliveobsessed

I conceived 3 days after removal

Show off grin

(I'm only jealous, but it's great to see that it can actually happen that way!)

Molliee92 Mon 03-Aug-15 21:24:09

Oh wow, 3 days! I'd only be 10dpo today so I'm just gonna stick it out til (if) AF arrives smile nice to know it can happen so quickly though!

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