Implanon - How the NHS Is Failing Women
I am writing this because I want to inform all women of the dangers and possible side affects of "Implanon" - the contraceptive implant. This is because they will not get this information from the NHS. I have gone through hell and because of my ignorance have been unable to help myself until recently. I don't want other women to go through this.
Last April I was unlucky enough to fall pregnant with an IUD (a coil) fitted and had a termination in May. This was obviously traumatising, but after two months I felt like I was coming to terms with my situation and was feeling healthier in body, mind and spirit. I was however, very paranoid about falling pregnant again, since contraception had failed me before. The pill does not work for me and I was wary of hormonal contraceptives so I was strongly advised by my family planning clinic to get an implant. It was, I was told, the least hormonal out of all the contraceptives, and the most effective. …
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