I had my Implanon implant removed on 9/18/12 (said I could be fertile a week after removed) had a light period 9/23-26th and had slight spotting 10/6 then on Sunday 10/7 overnight had a fairly large amount of bleeding till mid day Monday 10/8, no bleeding since. Bleeding was accompanied by light cramping/discomfort (still have the discomfort). Is this ovulation bleeding? Period? We are looking to get pregnant soon :-)
Any help, suggestions you have would be appreciated!
After you remove Implanon, the periods can continue as usual or they can stop. Same is for ovulation—you may ovulate or you may not. Normally the periods and ovulation regulate and become regular by 6 months. During this time you can ovulate and not have periods, have periods and not ovulate or not have both or have both. So, it is difficult to assess whether in your case it is due to coming off the shot or pregnancy. Take a blood HCG estimation 14 days after you have been sexually active. Take care!
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