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trying to conceive after the implanon

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I had my implant taken out on the 15th of feb 2011 and then i came on a period on the 20th of feb 2011. I have not been on another period since but i am trying to conceive. this is my 2nd baby and i had the implant in for 2 and half years its been five weeks since my last period but negative hpt. as i have had no periods im confused as to when i ovualte? my doctors wont give me any answers. I really want to be pregnant again and even worrying as to weather i can conceive again after having the implanon? please help on any tips to make this happen asap! Smile thankyou
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replied March 29th, 2011
Hi
Welcome to ehealthforum,
Your normal periods and fertility can take about 1 month to 1 year’s time to return back after stopping with birth control use. If you are ‘feeling pregnant’ or suspect to be pregnant, get a blood HCG test done by your doctor. Urine pregnancy tests usually start being positive about 20 days post conception, and can show false negative results. Blood HCG tests are accurate in confirming pregnancy early (at about 11 days post conception).
If pregnancy is ruled out, then other problems like ovulation failure and hormonal imbalances should be investigated to start you with adequate treatment to help get back your periods and also decide on treatment to help you get pregnant.
Take care.



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