Question by  Mary72 (15)

Does Implanon work?


Answer by  pambam (892)

Implanon is generally considered the most effective form of birth control available. You must follow the correct dosage and procedure, however. An Implanon rod is inserted with generally a maximum protection against conception for at most three years. Contraceptive protection decreases with the length of time and there is no guarantee of protection after three years.


Answer by  Milette4 (900)

Implalon is an effective long-term birth control method. It is a hormonal birth control option that is implanted into a woman's body for a period of about three years. Its effectiveness is rated at around 99%.


Answer by  NotQuitePhD (113)

Yes, Implanon works by suppressing ovulation and thickening cervical mucus. It is actually considered to be the most effective birth control on the market at 99.5% efficacy.


Answer by  soul92 (64)

Yes, rates for pregnancy in the women using implanon are around 1 every 100 woman years. While oral contraceptives often fail due to user error, this is not an issue with implanon.


Answer by  liblady (366)

Subdermal hormonal implants like Implanon are the most effective contraceptives on the market. While condoms and oral contraceptive often fail due to user error, this is not an issue with Implanon. Its success rate is 99. 95%.


Answer by  MHuffman (80)

If inserted properly the user's chance of getting pregnant is very low (Less than one pregnancy per 100 women who used Implanon for a year.


Answer by  leann89 (169)

Implanon is one of the most effective birth control methods on the market. However, you should know that it may cause your menstrual cycle to change dramatically.


Answer by  zeet (6)

Of course, Implanon works- also it works discreetly. The rate for pregnancy in the women using it are around 1 every hundred woman years

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