Is nexplanon mri safe

Nexplanon is a safe birth control option for most healthy women, but it is not for everyone. Nexplanon is not recommended if you: Nexplanon may also not be suitable if you have diabetes, high cholesterol, headaches, epilepsy, gallbladder disease, kidney disease, high blood pressure, or an allergy to anesthetics.

How effective is the Nexplanon?

When placed correctly in the arm, Nexplanon is over 99 percent effective, with less than one pregnancy per 100 women for one year. It is similar in effectiveness as methods such as injections, intrauterine devices, and even sterilization.”.

Is there a problem with my Nexplanon implant?

Serious problems with Nexplanon are rare but most often occur if the rod is placed incorrectly. If Nexplanon is inserted too deeply, nerve or vascular injury may occur. This can lead to the development of blood clots (hematomas) or the abnormal firing of peripheral nerve cells (paresthesia). Both can become serious if left untreated. 1 

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.

Is Nexplanon right for You?

Nexplanon is a safe birth control option for most healthy people, but it is not for everyone. Nexplanon is not recommended if you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant, or if you have any of the following conditions: 3 

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 long does it take Nexplanon to work?

Nexplanon starts working right away if it was placed within 5 days after the start of your period. If you had Nexplanon placed at any other time during your menstrual cycle, use another method of birth control, like condoms, for at least 7 days.

How do they remove Nexplanon?

Nexplanon removal only takes a few minutes, but the process is a little longer than getting it put in. Just like with the insertion, a doctor or nurse gives you a shot to numb a small area of your arm. Then they make a small cut and remove the implant.

Can you get pregnant on Nexplanon?

Although the chances of getting pregnant while on Nexplanon implantation is very rare, it is still possible. If you are pregnant while on Nexplanon than you have higher chances that you pregnancy will be ectopic than the women who do not use birth control.