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Implanon Nexplanon Orgasm
I am extremely sexually active with my boyfriend (well endowed) but I feel as if though I never orgasm. Something wrong? Just fyi I have implanon.
Conventionally, orgasm is the culmination of sexual arousal (and may be repeated) and typically produces great pleasure through direct genital stimulation of the male penis and female clitoris. However, orgasm may also be achieved via the brain or as a reflex arc. The physical characteristics are an explosive peak & repeated neuromuscular action causing release of male ...Read more
Implanon/nexplanon: Assuming it was "fresh" and in date when implanted it will provide protection for its entire duration. These types of medications are tested to make sure they last the entire time its designed to be implanted. Long and short - NO. ...Read more
What do you mean: Do you mean, can the rod break and still function? I've never heard of a rod breaking in the skin. If that were to happen, I would return to the doctor or clinic that put the Nexplanon in and they would likely replace it and send a defective device back to the manufacturer. If you're speaking of a different kind of 'breakage' then consider rephrasing your question. Hope that helps! ...Read more
Doc could not locate implanon and left it in. He also put nexplanon in. What concerns she I have with it still in?
Should be removed: The manufacturers are absolutely adamant about having the devices removed once they have expired. There is the (rare) risk of it migrating into a muscle or other organ. The nexplanon's can be identified with sonographic evaluation (certain wavelengths are necessary) -or with mri. You may want to get a second opinion, and see if you can have the ultrasound done to locate the Implanon then remove. ...Read more
I got on the Implanon/Nexplanon a month ago and I had a period for a week and then I've been spotting after. The spotting is brown and smelly. I unde?
What is the difference between the nexplanon, and Implanon? I'm currently on Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) and looking to switch.
Can males use Nexplanon (Implanon)? Is it true that Etonogestrel is a male contraceptive? How do I get the doc to prescribe it for males?
Will I be able to get pregnant right after the implant birth control (implanon, nexplanon) is removed? I want to be able to have a baby right away!
Patience.: Patience is a wonderful virtue that all parents and all prospective parents should develop, prior to getting pregnant. That means a person who says, "I want to be able to have a baby right away! " (with an exclamation mark), is not likely ready to have a baby. Patience is so important. That being said, one might ovulate weeks after removing the implant, but in real life, it is not very predictable. ...Read more
I was on the implanon birth control for 3 years & afterwards I got the nexplanon I've had it for 2 years Somewhere in those 5 years I started having all brown periods I'm on my period now and I found actual red blood on my pad but I haven't had in yrs?
I'm 17, Had the implanon 3 years just got nexplanon 8 mnths now, severe acne depression no period my doctors Don't say much should I be concerned im wor?
Implanon/nexplanon: Theoretically any symptoms you had with implanon will be the same with nexplanon. Having said that the symptoms you describe are side effects of progesterone only contraception such as the nexplanon. The symptoms are therefore expected side effects. Speak to your doctor. Perhaps there is another equally effective for you contraceptive. Maybe the nuvaring or OCPs if remembering daily meds is ok. ...Read more
Implanon works by: An implantable form of birth control, Implanon provides very effective (99.95%) birth control for at least 3 years. It is usually implanted under the skin in the upper arm. Implanon contains the hormone, etonogestrel (progestin), which is slowly absorbed into the body over a 3 year period. Etonogestrel causes a woman's body not to release eggs from the ovary, thus there is no egg to fertilize. ...Read more
Yes,: It's a rare, but known complication, and I would recommend having it removed before it moves somewhere more difficult to reach (and remove) ...Read more
Most common: Side effect of IMPLANON® is a change in normal menstrual bleeding pattern. It is not unusual to have shorter and/or lighter periods, or to skip period. Implanon is very safe for almost all women. Other commonly reported side effects include: emotional lability/mood changes, headache, breast discomfort, and acne; however, more women reported improvement in acne than worsening. ...Read more
CPU override: Your Central Processing Unit is being overridden by the implanon's hormone "feedback" to your pituitary gland. As a result, it's "keystrokes" to the endometrium are often sporadic, resulting in the computer to "freeze" (spotting). This in no way, will prevent the overall computer (body) from functioning, . Implanon will just continue to prevent a "virus" (pregnancy) but the keyboard may "freeze". ...Read more
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