Is this a pregnancy symptom on the birth control implant?
I (the irresponsible person I am) have unprotected sex every single time I have sex which is quite frequently and he never pulls out. Despite that, my boobs have recently become sore on the outsides of my boobs and my nipples hurt when squeezed both in an achey sort of way, could this be a sign of pregnancy?
- Anonymous6 months agoFavorite Answer
How long have you had the implant. You might be having a side effect from the implant. Check on the list of side effects for the implant you use and see if breast tenderness is in the list.
There are NO early pregnancy symptoms that are exclusive to pregnancy. EVERY possible early pregnancy symptom CAN and DOES happen for other reasons.
If you are concerned - then take a pregnancy test. Pregnancy hormones cause pregnancy symptoms so if you have pregnancy hormones strong enough to cause symptoms then the hormones will show up on a test.
If you don't trust your birth control and you are concerned that you might be one of the few people that has a failure while on birth control, then testing once every six weeks would be often enough to catch a pregnancy early and give you peace of mind when it is negative.
- LiliLv 76 months ago
If you have the implant, you are NOT having "unprotected sex"!
What is wrong with you that you don't grasp that? If you're worried about STDs, then use a condom, too, but the implant IS "protected sex".
My God, people here are stupid.
- EdnaLv 76 months ago
You have the implant, You are NOT having unprotected sex. The implant IS your protection against pregnancy. The implant is one of the most effective methods of birth control there is. It's virtually fool-proof and, after it's inserted, it's effective for 3 years and you don't have to fool with it any more. At the end of 3 years, you have it removed and replaced with a new implant.
The hormones it contains prevent ovulation from ever happening, and therefore you can't get pregnant.
- PippinLv 76 months ago
You are on the implant. THE single most effective method of birth control, with a failure rate far below 1%. So how exactly is sex 'unprotected' and why would you find it necessary to mention that he doesn't pull out? Ejaculating IS to usual outcome of sex for a man.
Your nipples probably hurt because you keep squeezing them, or if your 'quite frequent' sex involves a lot of breast-play, that can also make them sore.
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- Anonymous6 months ago
- 6 months ago
So you're on birth control but you have no clue what birth control does?
- Anonymous6 months ago
If you have an implant, you are not having unprotected sex.
the implant is one of the most effective methods out there, the chances of you being pregnant is very, very low.
- LA LALv 66 months ago
Sounds like it. Take a test and find out. Are you late? That would be one of the first signs. But take a HPT and find out.