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tallymaye
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Hello,
I have been on cerazette for a year and a half, and today got myself fitted with an implant. On cerazette I was one of the unfortunate ones who had a lot of bleeding initially - that then calmed down to a bleed only when I missed a pill.

I was wondering if anyone had any experience of transitioning from POP's to the implant?
Do you get the same months of hell as before? [Razz]
I was hoping, as my body was accustomed to a dose of progesterone daily, that I would miss out on the normal irregularity - does anyone have any experience or knowledge about this?

Thanks in advance!

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