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So I've talked before about early peri and drs don't want to know .. Still having hellish symptoms mildly better and no period still 2 months after contraceptive implant removed .. Having ovary pains .. On no particular day can feel fine going about business then I'll start to feel really naseous then deteriorate quickly feel really ill, tired, headache and need to just lie down .. I literally feel as if I can feel the hormones dropping through me like really feel it like when you get low blood sugar but it's not that it's similar though anyone else

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    Hi nix

    You will need to give body time to adjust to your natural hormone state, this implant removal may take about up to 6 months for you to do that out your system.

    Like you say hormone decline now so it may be a body shock 😞

    Wish you well

    Jay x

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    This is how I feel at times just ill not wanting to eat tired and just want to cry all the time
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    I totally understand what you mean about hormones dropping- when I started experiencing perimenopause symptoms, that's exactly how I tried to describe it to my dr- it's like a body chemistry issue- feels like something chemically is off- it's so hard to describe the changes we are feeling!!
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    hi nixnix yea mine tends to do that was at work yest no problems n then it started felt nauseous dizzy muscle pain blinding headache felt like i was being fossilised as i sat and really needed to lie down and sleep.  being at work i had no other choice but to keep going switch phones off lay down and did relaxation breathing until it passed and then i go all cold and shaking .  its not nice and can only hope they get further apart with time. 
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