Jadelle Removal/period

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Lo Isaac Says:
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Hi there,

I've just recently come off the Jadelle 2 months ago and I haven't received my period. I get the cramps normally no spotting nothing! My tummy feels weird every morning and I'm just wanting to know how long it will take to get my period again and is this normal? I want my body back to normal.



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Verwon Says:

It can take a couple of months for your body to balance your hormones back out on its own and for things to return to normal, but if you go past 3 months without a period, you should consult your doctor.

The FDA lists the other withdrawal effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, weight changes and irritability.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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pre Says:
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Hi. I have had jadelle in for 11 months, but now im bleeding badly and I want to remove it. Where can I do that?

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Confused Says:
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Hi Verwon. I'm 21 years old, took the jadelle out on the 18th of November, my last period was the 25th of October and i still haven't got my period. I get the symptoms as if my period was to come but nothing. I have had a light brownish discharge a couple of times but only when I wipe. Any advice?

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Kiki Says:

Is it normal to bleed after two days of jadelle removal? I just noticed that I had started my periods.

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ma Says:

Can i use jadelle and other contraceptive pills at the same time? Are there any side effects?

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Julliette Says:

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Hi. I have been on the Jadelle implant for two years now and I have been experiencing frequent dizziness. What should I do?

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Tanya Says:
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I had my Jadelle removed around July 2017 and it’s been 7 months and I still haven’t had my period. I had the Jadelle in for about 5 years and 3 months.

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Oyanda Says:
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Hey, I had Jadelle in for 5 years and removed it in January. Through the period I had it my menstruation came regularly until February this year, but this month I am 6 days late. Could I be pregnant?

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