Going Deeper : Why contraceptive implant is a good option for busy professionals
Plenty of women nowadays are busy people with amazing careers. They spend their time running errands, taking care of their homes and families, working full time jobs, and spending time with their partners when they are able.Reading Time: 3 minutes
Most do not want to have to think about birth control or steps on what they can do to prevent an unwanted pregnancy. Therefore, there are contraceptives that would best address this need for the modern woman — a perfect solution to a busy woman’s family planning needs!
Many people would immediately think of condoms like Kiss or Mojo or daily oral contraceptive pills such as Rosa and Clair, as methods of birth control. They may also think of shots like Andalan which are good for three months at a time, but it is still a hassle to go to the doctor every couple of months. Busy women want thought-free, hassle-free solutions that are able to last for an extended period of time. The most popular ones can lower the risk of pregnancy much more effectively than pills, and a woman rarely has to think about them. They include the IUD and the contraceptive implant called Implanex. Each of these options are good for reducing the risk of pregnancy for between three to ten years according to the kind of product. In this article we are going to mention Implanex, a contraceptive implant.
If an implant is inserted correctly, it’s more than 99% effective. Less than one woman in 1,000 who have the implant such as Implanex, as contraception for three years will get pregnant. The contraceptive implant has the lowest failure rate of all methods, this means it is the most reliable contraceptive methods there is!. It is a small, flexible rod (the size of a match stick) that is put in the upper part of the arm and works for up to 3 years. The implant contains progesterone. This stops ovulation (i.e. releasing an egg every month), thickens the mucus in the cervix (i.e. stopping the sperm from reaching an egg) and also thins the womb lining. The implant commonly changes a woman’s bleeding pattern, including stopping the period altogether. The bleeding pattern is not an indication of whether the implant is working or not — whatever the bleeding pattern, they are extremely effective at preventing unwanted pregnancy.
One of the main advantages of implants is that women don’t have to worry about remembering to take anything, so they are the perfect method for people who are busy and a bit forgetful. It is important to remember that the implants do not offer any protection against sexually transmitted infections. If there is any possibility of infection, condoms like Kiss and Mojo should be used as well.
Long term contraceptives are ideal for those who have a full-time professional job and limited time to think about daily tasks. Even women that have never had a child can benefit from using an implant. However, unless you are in a committed relationship with a single partner, you should still keep and use condoms. The implants do not protect you from getting an STD. A condom for men or women is the only way to protect yourself from STDs.
Implants like Implanex and other long-acting reversible contraceptives are way more effective than the daily oral contraceptive pills and other short-term methods because they eliminate the chance of user error. If you know that you don’t want to have children for a few years, Implanex can be a great option. If, for whatever reason, you don’t like the implant or want a baby, you can have it removed by a healthcare service provider and can get a baby immediately.
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