Determining the length of time that it will take to become pregnant after having an implant removed can be rather difficult. There are many items that must be taken into consideration first. For example, a woman’s health may affect how long it takes for her to become pregnant.
Another factor will be whether she has begun ovulating regularly or not. After an implant is removed, it may take some time before a woman’s ovulation cycle returns to normal. However, once it does, there should be no reason that pregnancy should be an issue.
For most women, having an implant removed means that they are able to return to their normal cycle and are able to conceive easily. However, there are also some women who have problems maintaining a regular ovulation cycle after having an implant removed.
If you are under the age of 35 and are not able to become pregnant after a year of trying, it is suggested that you see your doctor, even if you have had an implant in the past. Likewise, if you are over the age of 35, you should see your doctor after six months of trying to become pregnant without success.