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Attempting to decide whether or not to have the implant removed. It's caused more personal strife than good, and I would like to know if there are any known cases of similar symptoms. Because vein issues are a prominent symtom, hemorrhoids don't seem very far from the mark.
Okay, so I have been on Nexplanon for 10 months now and I want to get pregnant. Although I am of age and feel that I am ready to have a baby, my mom doesn't want me to yet. So I want to be able to be on birth control so I could tell her I was being cautious and such. Will me taking Prozac affect Nexplanon at all so I have more chances of getting pregnant? What can make it less effective (BESIDES SMOKING!!!)? What are your guys' thoughts and ideas?
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Started taking lexapro for a month...it was great until i got a nexplanon implant put in. The lexapro stopped working, depression coming back, my doctor increased the dosage of the lexapro from 20mg to 30mg. Has anyone ever been through this? And will the increase of the dosage work?
I have developped CFS since having my implant, I was due to have it out in August but It is too deep and so I am waiting for a specialist appointment at the end of January. I feel that Nexplanon has ruined my life which I hope to get back when I get this awful thing out of my arm :(
I am also having issues with memory. I am actually under care of a neurologist now because it got so bad. I had my nexplanon taken out but I can't remember when. Is the memory loss permanent? Or what can I do to try and get my memory going?
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