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Implanon IUCD
Implanon IUCD


Implanon IUCD

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Implanon: The Subdermal Contraceptive Implant for Long-Lasting Protection 

Implanon, also known as Nexplanon, is a tiny, flexible rod that is placed under the skin of your upper arm. It releases a hormone called etonogestrel to provide up to three years of continuous birth control. Here’s what you should know:

Reasons to Use: Implanon is ideal for women looking for a long-term, reversible contraceptive method without daily maintenance.

Reasons Not to Use: This implant might not be suitable for those who have:

  • Known or suspected pregnancy.
  • A history of thrombosis (blood clots).
  • Liver disease.
  • Known or suspected breast cancer.
  • Unexplained vaginal bleeding.

Pros of Implanon:

  • Highly effective with a less than 1% chance of pregnancy when properly inserted.
  • Long duration of action, lasting up to three years.
  • Convenient, with no daily attention required.
  • Quick return to fertility upon removal.

Cons of Implanon:

  • Possible side effects include irregular menstrual bleeding, mood swings, weight gain, and acne.
  • Requires a minor surgical procedure for both insertion and removal.
  • Some may experience insertion site reactions like pain or scarring.

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Before deciding on Implanon, it's important to consult with your healthcare provider to ensure it aligns with your health needs and lifestyle preferences.

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