Hi I know u posted this three years ago but I'm nearly due my implant out, I went to the family planning clinic today to get it removed due to not feeling my self, mood swings, hot flashes, nausea , and now I got no appetite, ther was a waiting list of 8 people and they wouldn't do it and advise me to see my gp, I'm going to book in for tomoro. I'm just hopin that it is the implant that is causing all this. The nurse I spoke to today was sayin these effects wouldn't start in ur second year! But why wouldn't they. I don't c why I can't have it out and then if I still feel ill then obviously there is something different wrong. So fed up this is the third time I've wanted it out and been fobbed off or refused. How r u feeling after havin it out? Also these past two days I've been havin pains in my arm on a night xView Thread
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