Hi, I posted a while back about having period-like cramps even tho my period wasn't due for 20 days. I saw a doc on 20th who seemed to think it's related to ovaries waking up after so long. Any ladies here have similar problem? Thing is, I've had two periods since the implant removal...one cycle 25 and the other 28...my period was due between the 21st-23rd and hasn't shown up. I don't know if this is my body being awkward or if it's a possible pregnancy. My periods wernt always regular before the implant (averaged about 30 days) but never this far apart.
I've handed in a urine sample for pregnancy yesterday anyway cause my doc wanted to rule that out as a cause for the cramping.
Have had cramping still..some sharp uterine cramps, nausea, exhaustion and feeling 'woozy' all the time.
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