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Can the implant cause depression?


I’ve recently got the implant 7 months ago and ever since I’ve been feeling down in the dumps and always sensitive. I’ve been feeling really guilty about things that happened ages ago and this has all started when I got the implant.

I’ve heard and read that all of these are symptoms of depression which can be a side affect of the implant. I have never had depression in the past. My anxiety has also gotten so much worse.

Is this natural? And will it maybe stop if I get it removed?

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