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What if my nexplanon moved?

Can Nexplanon move in your body? Nexplanon, a matchstick-sized implant, is placed in a woman’s body and releases hormones that keep her from getting pregnant. But Circa discovered the product has the potential to migrate, or move. And in some women the implant has ended up in dangerous places including their lungs, chest and vital arteries.

What happens after Nexplanon removal? Anecdotally, some women who have recently had Nexplanon removed report unpleasant “side effects” of the removal. These reported side effects of Nexplanon removal include irregular periods, pelvic cramping and pain, migraines, severe mood swings, depression, anxiety, acne, and spontaneous weight loss.

What does insurance cover Nexplanon? NEXPLANON is covered by most health care plans. If covered, NEXPLANON will be covered as either a medical benefit or a pharmacy benefit. Medical benefit: This is the most common form of coverage for NEXPLANON.

What is the difference between Nexplanon and Implanon? Nexplanon is a bioequivalent of Implanon. They both have the same side effects. But the difference between the two is that insertion errors (such as placing the implant too deeply) are less likely to happen with Nexplanon because it is equipped with a preloaded applicator which is designed to reduce insertion errors.

How much is Nexplanon cost? Getting your birth control implant — also called Nexplanon — can cost anywhere between $0 and $1,300.

Where to get Nexplanon removed?

Where to get Nexplanon removed? NEXPLANON can be removed at any time by your health care provider during the 3-year period, but must be removed by the end of the third year. Removal of NEXPLANON involves a minor surgical procedure in which your health care provider makes a small incision in your arm where NEXPLANON is located.

Do you ovulate on Nexplanon? Nexplanon (etonogestrel) is a hormone implant that prevents ovulation (the release of an egg from an ovary). This medication also causes changes in your cervical mucus and uterine lining, making it harder for sperm to reach the uterus and harder for a fertilized egg to attach to the uterus.

What happens after birth control implant removal? Overall, you should feel completely normal after getting your implant taken out. Your arm may feel tender or swollen around where the implant was for a few days. It may look bruised for a week or two. Your doctor or nurse will tell you how to wash and take care of your skin for a couple of days after removal.