- What are the disadvantages of the implant?
- What to expect after getting the implant?
- How would you know if your pregnant on the implant?
- Why does the implant make you gain weight?
- Does the implant cause smelly discharge?
- Can the implant get lost in your arm?
- What happens if you leave implant in after 3 years?
- What are the most common side effects of Implanon?
- Is the contraceptive implant safe?
- Does the implant make you gain weight?
- Does the implant cause depression?
- Should you use condoms with the implant?
What are the disadvantages of the implant?
Disadvantages: you may experience temporary side effects during the first few months, like headaches, nausea, breast tenderness and mood swings.
your periods may be irregular or stop altogether.
you may get acne or your acne might get worse..
What to expect after getting the implant?
The insertion process only takes a few minutes. After Nexplanon is implanted, you will need to wear a pressure bandage for 24 hours and then a smaller bandage for three to five days after. The most common side effects of the implantation are short-term pain and swelling.
How would you know if your pregnant on the implant?
Women who get pregnant while using birth control may notice the following signs and symptoms: a missed period. implantation spotting or bleeding. tenderness or other changes in the breasts.
Why does the implant make you gain weight?
Progesterone is a natural hormone that regulates your menstrual cycle along with the hormone estrogen. This additional etonogestrel disturbs your body’s natural hormonal balance, which can cause weight gain.
Does the implant cause smelly discharge?
This discharge is common as your body adjusts to the hormone medicine in the implant, which can take one or more months to stop. Every woman has her own unique vaginal odor.
Can the implant get lost in your arm?
At least 400 of those reports were classified as “device dislocation,” meaning the implant had moved, and the FDA listed 100 of those cases as “serious.” Tenayah Dawson, a nursing assistant and mother of three, said it took doctors over an hour to fish Nexplanon out of her arm after it became dislodged.
What happens if you leave implant in after 3 years?
Leaving the implants in place beyond their effective lifespan is generally not recommended if the woman continues to be at risk of pregnancy. The implants themselves are not dangerous, but as the hormone levels in the implants drop, they become less and less effective.
What are the most common side effects of Implanon?
Common side effects may include:changes in your menstrual periods;vaginal itching or discharge;acne, mood changes, weight gain;breakthrough bleeding, menstrual cramps;nausea, stomach pain;breast tenderness;dizziness; or.flu-like symptoms, sore throat.
Is the contraceptive implant safe?
The implant is over 99% effective. Less than one implant user in 100 will get pregnant in one year. When the implant is used for three years, less than one implant user in every 1,000 will get pregnant over three years. The implant is a method of long-acting reversible contraception (LARC).
Does the implant make you gain weight?
Implant users had modest increases in body size and a 2 percent increase in body fat. A 2016 study found that the hormonal birth control implant did not directly cause weight gain. However, women who were told that the implant might cause weight gain were more likely to think they had gained weight.
Does the implant cause depression?
They found 26 studies that met their inclusion criteria. They included studies on progestin-only birth control pills, intrauterine devices (IUDs), implants, and injections. Across these studies, some patients reported increased symptoms of depression after they began to use progestin-only contraception.
Should you use condoms with the implant?
No. Implantable contraception does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Couples having sex must always use condoms along with the implant to protect against STDs.