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I have had the implanon in my arm for birth control about 4 months and I had my first period about a month ago I had spotting then a full period for three days which is normal for me the. I had more spotting and it would go a way come back repetitively but now it seems like after I have sex I bleed which scares me and I also have a little pain and feel uncomfy not itchy or anything just uncomfortable I also feel like I have been getting a lot more yeast infections every time I urinate it burns so much please help me on what could be going on or what I should do - Asked by J B on 03-Jun-2015 09:04:37

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    Answered by Dr. Ramya Smitha on 04-Jun-2015 16:41:33

    This should be some pelvic infection or could be a simple hormonal imbalance. You will have to meet a gynecologist and take up an ultrasound scan to know the problem and also to prescribe you necessary antibiotics
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Replied by J B on 05-Jun-2015 10:16:26

thank you very much
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