Implants are small plastic rods or capsules (just the size of a matchstick!) that get put under the skin on the inside
of a woman’s upper arm.
They work really well and they last a long time - 3 years! And they can reduce period pain.
You can get them at most government family planning clinics, and from private doctors.
Caution! Think about this
If you are living with HIV, TB, or epilepsy and taking medicines for these conditions, the implant called Implanon may not be right for you.
Talk to the nurse or doctor about your condition before starting Implanon.
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