Yes, if you're not using Birth Control, you can get pregnant, even before your first post-implant period.
The growth of your abdomen in pregnancy makes it extremely unlikely that you would deliver a baby without knowing you were pregnant ahead of time.
Implanon doesn't increase the risk of infertility. For women with and without a history of implanon use, 85 in 100 will get pregnant in the course of a year of sex without birth control.
Yes, it is possible.
you don't tell him
Impossible to answe without knowing who "they" are and what the supposed lies are.
If you have been having sex without birth control for a year without getting pregnant, see your health care provider for advice and an exam. The implant does not affect future fertility.
It is extremely rare to get pregnant on the contraceptive implant. It is one of the most effective methods of reversible contraception. If you use it longer than three years without exchanging it for a new one, you may get pregnant.
Yes,.some pregnancies can be hidden.
yes they can and they can do it without you knowing
Call PLANNED PARENTHOOD in your city.
That sounds as if there is some problem with your friend. But without knowing what the problem is supposed to be, there is no way we can give you a specific answer.
No one can provide any without knowing why you can't do it the traditional way