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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contraceptive_implant

A contraceptive implant is an implantable medical device used for the purpose of birth control. The implant may depend on the timed release of hormones to ...

www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/birth-control/birth-control-implant-implanon

Birth Control Implant at a Glance. A matchstick-sized rod that is inserted in the arm to prevent pregnancy; Safe, effective, and convenient; Must be inserted by a  ...

www.nhs.uk/conditions/contraception-guide/pages/contraceptive-implant.aspx

Find out about the contraceptive implant, a method of contraception which can prevent pregnancy for up to three years.

www.bedsider.org/methods/implant

The implant (Nexplanon is the brand name; previously Implanon) is a teeny-tiny rod that's inserted under the skin of your upper arm. It's so small, in fact, most ...

www.familyplanning.org.nz/advice/contraception/contraceptive-implant

The implant is a form of long-acting reversible contraception for women. This page explains how the implant works and tells you how to get it.

www.fpa.org.uk/contraception-help/contraceptive-implant

Illustration of contraceptive implant An implant is a small flexible rod that is placed just under your skin in your upper arm. It releases a progestogen hormone ...

www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/contraceptive-implant/basics/definition/prc-20015073

Jan 9, 2015 ... One version of contraceptive implant — Implanon — was recently discontinued by its manufacturer and replaced with a newer version called ...

patient.info/health/contraceptive-implant

Apr 2, 2014 ... The contraceptive implant is a very effective, convenient and safe form of contraception. A small operation under local anaesthetic is needed to ...

www.your-life.com/en/contraception-methods/long-acting-contraception/contraceptive-implant

Contraceptive Implant consists of 1 or 2 small, flexible, hormone releasing silicone rods, placed under the skin of the upper arm by a healthcare provider.