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Hello,

I am on Implanon, i have been having really sore breasts for about 2 weeks. went up a size in breasts. i have been feeling funny, just not my self. i do not have periods due to the birth control. so i dont know if i missed it...i have been having pains like cramps about 2 weeks ago for like 2 days. then they went away, now they are back with bloating and gas.ive had some spotting today and yesterday and during the last week my discharge has been like slimy and not usual. i have been feeling constipated. i took a test tonight at 9pm. it had a little faint line there on the positive side. ive felt really warm lately. i dont know why. i feel a lot more worn out when i walk up my staircase. i called my ob-gyn and they said that its impossible with implanon.

i am normally from WA state but visiting husbands parents, in Colorado, husband thinks ive been feeling all these because of the elevation difference as well as the cold.

please help me!

ksenia
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replied December 12th, 2012
oh gosh, exactly the same thing is happening to me right now. did you end up finding out what was going on?
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replied December 12th, 2012
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It is unlikely, but not impossible, to get pregnant while on implanion. If you popped a positive (no matter how faint the line was) on a pregnancy test, you need to see your doctor, who can confirm a pregnancy with a blood test.

Implanion can cause changes in your cycle, sore breasts, and weight gain, among other things. It is best to seek the advice of a medical professional if you are having questions or problems with your birth control.

My only other advice to you is to maybe find another doctor...one who knows it is UNLIKELY but not IMPOSSIBLE to get pregnant on hormonal birth control.
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