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ive had my implant out and im worried i might be pregnant or ill.

By Anonymous May 25, 2011 - 3:33am
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I had my implant out as i had a period and it had stopped working. 3 days later being used to having the implant in i had unprotected sex. 2 weeks after i started feeling sick various times in the day and i have lower abdominal aches, tightness and unable to wear my jeans as it feels asif it is putting pressure on that area. I am urinating more often but it does not sting or burn. Now this is the 4th week and i am due for my period in 5 days. But 5 days ago i started gettin odd faint spells which i think is a seperate problem but im mentioning it just incase. Ive been to the doctors and had an ECG and they said my heart was a bit irregular and slow. I also had a urine test to check infection and they said i had a slight infection. Im still urinating alot now after being on antibiotics and my lower abdominal discomphort is still there and i have also noticed that when i lay down on my back my stomache no longer curves inwards but now i have a slight bump?

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no it is not painful and i am drinking no more than usual. and i am still waiting to have my period.

June 1, 2011 - 7:02am

i meant it does not smell

May 29, 2011 - 5:31am
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hi susan.
Thank you for your reply. I have not yet done a pregnancy test as my period is not due untill the 28th and was worried that i will not get an accurate reading. He had only unprotected sex once and have been exeptionally carefull since. Do you think i should wait to take test on 28th or do one anyway?

May 26, 2011 - 3:37am
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