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Contraceptive Implant

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What is a contraceptive implant?

it's a small, flexible rod about the size of a matchstick that's inserted just under the skin of your upper arm.

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How it works?

The contraceptive implant releases a steady dose of progestin, which prevents ovulation. It also thickens the cervical mucus, making it harder for sperm to reach the egg.


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Long-Lasting Protection


Once the implant is inserted, you can enjoy up to three years of worry-free contraception. No daily pills or weekly routines to remember. It's set it and forget it!

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Highly Effective

With an effectiveness rate of over 99%, the contraceptive implant is one of the most reliable birth control options available.


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If at any point you decide you're ready to start a family or explore other contraceptive methods, the contraceptive implant can be easily removed by a healthcare professional.



Will it hurt? How is it inserted? Is it safe?

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Inserting the contraceptive implant is a quick and relatively painless procedure performed by a healthcare professional.

Will it hurt?

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The insertion process typically takes just a few minutes, and the implant is barely noticeable once in place.

How is it inserted?

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Is it safe?

while the implant is highly effective, it doesn't protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs), so condom use is still recommended for STI prevention.

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