Feel confident in your birth control, as the Littleton Gynecology and Wellness center offers a Nexplanon birth control insertion that allows our patients to have access to safe and effective methods to help prevent pregnancy. Birth control implants are a low maintenance procedure that, once they are placed, are good for up to five years — giving you more time to live your life without having to worry. However, if you change your mind about pregnancy, removing the insertion is always an option. Call us today to learn more!
Long Acting Reversible Birth Control (LARCs)
Long acting reversible birth control (LARCs), like Nexplanon, are known as the most effective form of reversible birth control, they are safe and effective for most women and teens and may be removed at any time. At the Littleton Gynecology and Wellness, patients will be sure to receive premium assistance from experienced physicians for insertion and Nexplanon placements. We know how crucial functional birth control is, and we work hard to give you reliable gynecology services.
Littleton Location Offers Non-Vaginal Contraceptive Implants
One of the primary services that the Littleton Gynecology and Wellness Center provides for patients is the Nexplanon birth control insertion. Being a minor surgical procedure, there is a chance that patients will be asked to review and sign a consent form before the Nexplanon placement and Nexplanon birth control insertion process begins. Following the careful Nexplanon placement, the patient will undergo the birth control insertion. Immediately following insertion, our Littleton providers will double check to see if the implant was installed correctly by feeling for it.
Side Effects of Nexplanon Insertion at Littleton Center
As with most things, there are multiple side effects that may come with Nexplanon insertion. Some of the most common side effects that patients will notice deal with mood swings, weight gain, headaches, acne, and depression. Some of the other side effects that patients may come across following the insertion of this contraceptive implant are flu-like symptoms, stomach pain, painful periods, dizziness, and pain at the site of the contraceptive implant insertion. Our compassionate physicians will walk you through all potential outcomes and work with you to make the best decision.