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What Is Implanon Used For
Implanon is a hormonal contraceptive containing etonogestrel; it is a synthetic female hormone resembling progesterone. This contraceptive implant is a small plastic with a rod inserted sub-dermally to prevent pregnancy. Etonogestrel belongs to the progestin class; it works like the natural substance in the body to prevent the ovaries from releasing eggs each month. It also thickens the fluid around the cervix to help prevent sperms from entering.
Before using this contraceptive, disclose to your doctor your medical history, especially if you have a history of blood clots, high blood pressure, cancer, diabetes, gallbladder problems, heart problems, kidney disease, liver disease, or stroke. Women with a history of depressed mood should be carefully monitored; evaluate implantation removal if they become significantly depressed.
How To Use Implanon
It is advised to get a pregnancy test first before scheduling an appointment for implantation. Ensure to tell your doctor all other medicines you are taking, including supplements and herbal products beforehand, to avoid drug interactions. Implanon 68 mg implant is inserted 3 to 4 inches under the skin on the upper arm of the non-dominant arm by a health care professional; it contains 68 mg of etonogestrel that is released in small amounts for three years. It will work immediately as soon as it is implanted if placed during the first to the fifth day of the menstrual period; if placed on other days of your period, you need to use a backup method like a condom, diaphragm, or spermicidal for seven days.
After implantation, two bandages will be placed on your arms to cover the application site; the top bandage should be left attached for 24 hours, while the small bandage should be in place for three to five days, keeping it clean and dry. The rod should be felt underneath the skin; if there comes a time that you cannot feel it, or it feels bent or broken, inform your doctor immediately.
Implanon Side Effects
Women using Nexplanon may experience pain, bruising, numbness, infection, and scarring on the application site. While other common side effects are nausea, stomach cramping, bloating, dizziness, headache, breast tenderness, acne, hair loss, weight gain, and vaginal irritation. Inform your doctor promptly if they persist or worsen. Take note that the side effects of etonogestrel listed here are not the complete list.
Serious side effects may also occur; inform your doctor immediately if any of the lists below is experienced:
- Mood changes
- Lump in breast
- Unwanted facial or body hair
- Severe stomach pain
- Pelvic pain
- Unusual tiredness
- Dark urine
- Yellowing skin or eyes
- Coughing up blood
Immediately seek medical help as soon as you experience any of the following:
- Indication of blood clots – shortness of breath, chest, jaw, left arm pain, unusual sweating, fainting, confusion, dizziness, warmth in the groin, sudden severe headache, sudden vision change, and weakness on one side of the body
- Severe allergic reactions with a rash, itchiness, swelling, severe dizziness, and trouble breathing
Implanon Removal Side Effects
Implanon should be removed after three years, but it can also be withdrawn at any time if desired to be discontinued. The patient should feel completely normal after the implant has been taken out, aside from the feeling of tenderness or swelling around where the implant used to be. It may also look bruised for a week or two; the side effects you felt while you have the implant should also go away.
Frequently Asked Questions
-Is surgery needed when removing Implanon?
This implant is removed within 2 to 3 minutes by a pop-out technique; a small incision is made, and the rod is pushed a little and plucked out. Removal may be difficult or impossible if the implant was placed incorrectly or too deep; surgery may be needed to remove it.
-Why do some women opt to discontinue using this implant?
The most common adverse reaction documented in clinical trials is the change in menstrual bleeding pattern, which leads to the discontinuation of use.
-Why is smoking not allowed while on an Implanon implant?
Hormonal contraceptives might increase your risk of heart attack, stroke, blood clot, high blood pressure is accompanied by smoking, especially if you are over 35.
-Is Implanon the same as Nexplanon?
Nexplanon is formerly Implanon which is bioequivalent.
-What will happen if the Implanon is not removed after three years?
Failure to remove this implant after three years may cause an increased risk of ectopic pregnancy.
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