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Ive now had the contraceptive implant in twice and im just starting my 5th year its so painfull having sex with my partner, have i had this to long? I i havent had no check ups shall i be consurned? ive also suffered wit deppression within these five year

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Hi Moomin20, This website

Hi Moomin20,

This website is for mental health disorders, not medical issues such as pain related to a contraceptive implant. I strongly encourage you to talk to your regular doctor or gynecologist regarding the problem of painful sex. It may be that there is something more serious going on and you won't know without a physical examination by your doctor.

As for your depression, if you have never sought treatment for that then I encourage you to have an evaluation with a mental health professional. Your regular doctor may just prescribe an antidepressant. Medication alone is generally not the best treatment for depression. Medication only treats symptoms - it does not address the underlying issues or help you develop coping skills and make necessary changes in your thought and behaviors that often contribute to depression.

Dr. Cheryl Lane

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