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its been a month now & i decided to take another urine test.& it came back negetive once again, but i took an ovulation test and it showed up to be positive. but what exactly does thst mean ? what is an OVULATION test to be exact? im really confused on if i should make me an appointment for a blood hcg level test to determine if i really am pregant or not . what are my chances of being pregant to be exact? its been a month now, still no period after implanon removal . and yet, unprotected sex everyday since the removal ? is it even possible to get pregnant after having my implanon removed and still havent had a period? do i have to have my period first before i can concieve? pleaseee HELP!!!


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replied January 19th, 2011
Pregnancy Q and A Answer A18686
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
You can get pregnant immediately in your next cycle after stopping with birth control use. Sometimes it need not be necessary to have a period in between stopping birth control and getting pregnant. The return of normal fertility depends on how quickly your body gets readjusted back to normal and also on duration of birth control use. Ovulation tests determine if you have had ovulation or egg release from ovary, they do not detect pregnancy. If you suspect to be pregnant, look out for symptoms suggestive of early pregnancy. Visit your gynecologist for blood HCG level test and examination to confirm/rule out pregnancy.
Take care.



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