Hello, I'm 18 Years Old And Got The Implant Put In About A Month and A Half Ago, The Last Couple Of Weeks I Have Been Feeling Soo Tired And Have Been Having A Go At My Mum Costently, Its Really Breaking My Heart When I Reasize What I Have Done After!, I Just Can't Seem To Stop These Mood Swings, They Are Now Starting To Affect Mine And My Mum And Boyfriends Relationship... Please Help
Hi! If you were my patient, I would advise you that mood swings are a side effect of any birth control method. They are almost inevitable when one is 18 years old, also. (or at any age really!) If you were my patient, I would encourage you to stick with the implant for a bit longer as the side effects often disappear over time. In the meantime, maybe you should consider some means to reduce your stress, such as exercise, yoga, etc. Hope this helps! Dr B
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