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I had my nexplanon removed May 9th. Later that day I had unprotected sex and also other times after. I had my nexplanon for 8 months before getting it removed. I bled lightly for the following two days. I also had my period April 28-May 2. I have been experiencing frequent peeing mostly early morning between 5-8AM I feel the urge to wake up and pee. Been experiencing some fatigue and headaches. I have yet to receive my period and have experiencing no to little discharge. Can I have gotten pregnant right after nexplanon removal?

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replied May 31st, 2018
Early Pregnancy Signs and Symptoms Answer A63935
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It is not possible to make a diagnosis of pregnancy, just based on the symptoms provided here.

A pregnancy test may be done to rule out your doubts.

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