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nevr had a proper period when do i take a test?

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I had my implant out and stopped the pill on the 2nd of this month had a bit of bledding for few days then after sex was spotting now experiencing back pain, stomach cramps, no bledding, constipation dark purples circles and stretch marks and been sick only once , mood swings even when ok one minute then change instantly. im not due till the 3rd of jan but have all the signs and should technially be on from having implant out .Also i have nevr had a proper period since i started. please help dont know when to take a test?


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replied December 22nd, 2011
Getting Pregnant Answer A29666
Hello and welcome to e health forum.

It is common for women on intrauterine contraceptive devices, to have irregular periods for a few months, after the removal of the devices.

With regard to possibility of conception, many women can conceive, soon after IUD removal, in the immediate commencing cycle. But some women take a few months to conceive.

In case, you are trying to conceive and do not get your period as scheduled, you can do a home pregnancy test, 1 week after the missed period. This will very much confirm your pregnancy.


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