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25/07/2013 at 18:50
Im having a few problems, I had my implant taken out in Jan 2013 as me and my partner wanted to try for a baby. The nurse said that you can get pregnant instantly so i was obviously quite excited. That night i had a heavy and long bleed for about 3 weeks it was very fustrating! After 1 1/2 months i started worrying a little bit as the pregnancy tests kept coming up negative and i hadn't had a bleed. And i went back and she said to wait for 4-6 months to see i have a bleed that means everything is okay!
Luckly i had a bleed which was in May 2013, still not getting pregnant or having another bleed!
its getting me rather depressed as im starting to think maybe i cant have kids.
Someone please help me!
25/07/2013 at 20:49
dont panic. i know its upsetting but your body is trying to get its cycle back on track as the implant was controlling everything and now its suddenly gone... so your bodys a bit whoawwww wots going on... and it can take a while for it to get regular again. sometimes it can take a year or 2... unfortunetly!! just keep having sex and stop testing because seeing those negatives every month is going to make it worse and taking tests all the time does not help you to get pregnant.
27/07/2013 at 08:01
I was on the pill for 16 years and came off it to get pregnant. I think it took my body about 6 months to get back to normal. It took us 13 months to get pregnant. Try not to worry. Good luck.
29/07/2013 at 14:19
Thanks louise that has helped me alot, but im not a patient girl and 2 years would probably send me barny! People keep saying that the more i think of it the less chance it is of happening.. is this true?
And thanks to you too toots its nice to know what other people have been through and how long it took them just so i know im not on my own cause it feels like that alot now.. all my friends have got kids and people at 15 that i used to go to school with all have kids and it just gets to me some times.
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