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Nexplanon (Etonogestrel Implant)

Type: drug type
Product: Nexplanon 
Manufacturer: Organon
Country: Canada
Dosage: 68 mg
Qty: 1
USD $349.99

Nexplanon Information:

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Nexplanon (Etonogestrel Implant) used to prevent pregnancy in adult women for up to 3 years. Nexplanon is a birth control implant that contains a hormone called Etonogestrel. It does not contain estrogen. This implant is a small, soft, flexible plastic rod that is about the size of a matchstick. It is contained in an applicator. This applicator allows the healthcare professional to insert (place) the implant just below the skin on the inside of your upper arm. Nexplanon will continuously release a small amount of Etonogestrel into your blood. The Etonogestrel works in two ways to prevent pregnancy i.e., it stops the release of egg cells from your ovaries, and it causes changes in your cervical mucus to make it hard for sperm to enter your uterus. Nexplanon is a long-acting reversible contraceptive (LARC). This means that it can provide birth control over a long period of time for up to 3 years. It is also reversible which means that, if you want to stop using Nexplanon before 3 years, the implant can be removed at any time. You may be able to get pregnant as early as 1 week after the implant is removed. If you wish to continue to prevent pregnancy, start a different type of birth control right away. LARCs are highly effective in preventing pregnancy.

Nexplanon from Canada

Canada Drugs Online is proud to offer you the brand Nexplanon from Canada manufactured by Organon. Please call us toll free at 1-877-900-3784 for details. also carries other birth control medications such as Nuvaring Vaginal Ring and Plan B Emergency Contraceptive.

Nexplanon Side Effects:

Common side effects of Nexplanon may include irregular period bleeding (lighter or heavier bleeding, more or less frequent periods, continuous bleeding, longer or shorter periods, no period at all); painful period; ovarian cyst; vaginal infection or abnormal discharge; decreased sex drive; breast pain; inflammation of the vagina; vaginal pain; milky discharge from the breast; breast enlargement; pain or reaction (including redness, swelling, bruising, numbness) at the insertion site; fatigue; drowsiness or trouble sleeping; flu-like symptoms, fever, pain; back pain; abdominal pain, joint, muscle or bone pain; headache, dizziness; depression, anxiety, nervousness; mood swings; nausea, gas; weight gain or weight loss; increased appetite; diarrhea, constipation, vomiting; acne, rash, hair loss; excessive hair growth; skin itching; oily skin; yellowish-brown patches on the skin particularly on the face; hives; dandruff; fluid retention; sore throat; stuffy or runny nose; urinary tract infection; painful or difficult urination; increased blood pressure.

Contact your doctor immediately if you notice uncommon but more serious side effects such as:
• Abnormal vaginal bleeding;
• Allergic reaction: difficulty swallowing or breathing, wheezing, nausea, vomiting, swollen face, lips, tongue or throat, hives;
• Breast Cancer: breast lumps or tumours that you can see or feel;
• Deep vein thrombosis (blood clot in the leg): pain or swelling in the leg, may be warm to the touch;
• Jaundice (build-up of bilirubin in the blood): yellowing of the skin and eyes, dark urine, light colored stool;
• Liver tumour: Abnormal liver test and/or yellowing of the skin or eyes, dark urine, nausea, vomiting, severe pain or lump in the abdomen;
• Myocardial infarction (heart attack): crushing chest pain, pressure or heaviness.

This is not a complete list of side effects. If you notice any other side effects not listed here, please contact your doctor or pharmacist.

Nexplanon Directions:

Nexplanon will be placed and removed by your healthcare professional, who will be familiar with how to do this. The insertion of Nexplanon will require a small surgical procedure in their office. The implant is inserted under the skin on the inside of your non-dominant upper arm. This is the arm that you do not write with. Before insertion, tell your healthcare professional if you are pregnant or think you might be pregnant (e.g., if you had unprotected sex during the current menstrual cycle). The timing of the insertion is important. You and your healthcare professional will decide when to have the implant placed. It will depend on your personal situation including your menstrual cycle, whether you are using other types of birth control, and if you have recently had a baby, miscarriage or abortion. Unless you are switching from another type of birth control, Nexplanon is usually placed between day 1 and 5 of your cycle. This is to avoid the chance that you will be pregnant. If it cannot be inserted until after the 5th day of your cycle, use another form of birth control for the first seven days of Nexplanon use.

Nexplanon Precautions:

Do not use Nexplanon if you are allergic to Etonogestrel or any of the other ingredients in this medicine; are pregnant or think you might be pregnant. Before Nexplanon is inserted, a pregnancy test should be done to confirm that you are not pregnant; ensure with your doctor that you do not have a clotting disorder or have had blood clots in veins (venous thrombosis) or arteries (arterial thrombosis) of the leg, lungs, eyes, heart or brain; have, think you have, or have previously had breast cancer or any cancer that is sensitive to the female hormone, progestin; have liver disease or liver tumours; have any unexplained bleeding from the vagina. To help avoid side effects and ensure proper use, talk to your healthcare professional before you use Nexplanon about any health conditions or problems you may have, including if you have had a liver disease; have diabetes; are overweight; have high cholesterol or a high level of fat called triglyceride in your blood; have high blood pressure; have kidney problems; have a condition that causes you to retain fluid; wear contact lenses; are going to have surgery or if you have mobility issues; suffer from depression; suffer from epilepsy (uncontrolled seizures) or tuberculosis (a bacterial infection of the lungs). Tell your healthcare professional about all the medicines you take, including any drugs, vitamins, minerals, natural supplements or alternative medicines. If you see a different doctor or a dentist who prescribes another medication to you, be sure to tell them that you use Nexplanon. Some medications can affect how Nexplanon works which may include medicines for epilepsy; medicines for tuberculosis (such as rifampicin); medicines for HIV infection; medicines for Hepatitis C Virus infection; medicines for other infectious diseases; medicines for high blood pressure in the blood vessels of the lungs; medicines to prevent nausea and vomiting that may be caused by chemotherapy; an herbal remedy for depressive moods; grapefruit juice. Nexplanon may affect how other medicines work. These include medicines for organ transplantation (such as cyclosporine); medicines for seizures or mood disorders (such as lamotrigine).

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