Take a pregnancy test if you aren't sure if you're pregnant.
No, implanon is an effective form of contraception and will protect women from pregnancy
Implanon provides the same level of protection when you're bleeding and when you're not bleeding.
You can get pregnant as soon as it's removed because the hormones produced by the implanon implant leave your body straight away.
Yes as soon as the Implanon is removed the hormones are gone that keeps you protected.
There is no need to wait to get pregnant after removal of the contraceptive implant.
After you have the Implanon implant removed, there is not a high risk of miscarriage. If you get pregnant while on the implant, there is a increased risk of miscarriage.
Pregnancy on the contraceptive implant is very rare. If you want to get pregnant, have the implant removed.
Pregnancy is very rare when using the contraceptive implant. If you want to get pregnant, have the implant removed.
To get pregnant after removal of the contraceptive implant, just have sex without birth control.
Folic acid does not intefere with Implanon, and it does not increase fertility. It's suggested for women who might get pregnant because it lowers the risk of certain types of birth defects.
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.
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.
It's not likely that you're pregnant if you're on the contraceptive implant.
You can get pregnant after your contraceptive implant has been in for three years. Use another method if you don't want to get pregnant.
You should get the contraceptive implant removed if you want to get pregnant.
The same way you'd know if you were pregnant normally: your period completely stops or you test positive on a pregnancy test. Pregnancy is not visually apparent approximately until the third month. Implanon is extremely effective with a 1% failure rate, according to Planned Parenthood. I would recommend always using a condom with a partner, even with Implanon birth control, to eliminate any possible birth control failure and to protect yourself from STD's.
If you are not using birth control and have no period, take a pregnancy test to see if your'e pregnant.
The contraceptive implant is of no use if you are pregnant. It is normally removed. It does not harm or end a pregnancy.
After implanon removal, 85 in 100 couples will experience a pregnancy in the first year if they don't use another method of birth control.
You can tell if you're pregnant two or three weeks after unprotected sex.
Yes, fertility returns immediately after removing the contraceptive implant.
Symptoms of pregnancy with the contraceptive implant are a positive pregnancy test.
You can get pregnant if your Nexplanon has been in for more than three years. Use another method if you don't want to get pregnant at this time.