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I've have the nexplanon implant since September 2016, I've only had my period one time since then and I haven't had it since. I cramp really bad all the way to my lower back and it is unbearable pain. My husband and my mom keep telling me I'm pregnant cuz well I just look really bloated but I do in a way feel like I am pregnant and idk if it could be possible and I'm cramping because of it or it could just be normal cramping I have no idea but my husband is worried and keeps telling me to go get checked cuz he is sure I'm pregnant. Is it possible to still get pregnant with the nexplanon? Help please


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replied August 13th, 2017
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Hello.
It is almost impossible to get pregnant while on Nexplanon. You might have some unusual feelings as this is a hormone secreting device.But pregnancy is an unknown thing here. You need not have to go to your doctor to know this.Do a pregnancy testing and this will tell you that you are nonpregnant.


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