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    Haven't had my period since the 8th of March and I'm worried. I am on the implant and have been getting pms symptoms but no signs of a period. Me and my partner have unprotected sex but he rarely ejaculates in me. Plus, I've took pregnancy tests a week ago and both came out as negative
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Haven't had my period since the 8th of March and I'm worried. I am on the implant and have been getting pms symptoms but no signs of a period. Me and my partner have unprotected sex but he rarely ejaculates in me. Plus, I've took pregnancy tests a week ago and both came out as negative
    The implant could be messing up your cycle, if you have taken tests and they are both negative i would rule pregnancy out but see your doctor if you're worried.
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    How long have you have the implant?

    It's extremely unlikely that you're pregnant - even without two tests saying 'no', the implant is more reliable than having a sterilisation op - but the progesterone can mess with your periods. Some women get lots of bleeding, some get none.
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    How long have you have the implant?

    It's extremely unlikely that you're pregnant - even without two tests saying 'no', the implant is more reliable than having a sterilisation op - but the progesterone can mess with your periods. Some women get lots of bleeding, some get none.
    since December last year
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    I suspect that you if you stick with the implant, you won't get much bleeding in future months either then.

    As ever, if you're unhappy or worried, speak to wherever you got it from.
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    I suspect that you if you stick with the implant, you won't get much bleeding in future months either then.

    As ever, if you're unhappy or worried, speak to wherever you got it from.
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