It’s up to you when, or if, you want children. And when it comes to contraception today, you have many options. If you’re not ready to grow your family, we’ll discuss your options. We offer birth control pills, patches, rings, IUDs, implants, shots, diaphrams, and barrier methods.
And if at some point you desire a permanent birth control solution, we also offer tubal ligation for sterilization. The important thing to know about contraception is that there’s no right way—only what’s right for you, right now.
What is a Nexplanon?
NEXPLANON is a long-term birth control option that lasts for up to 3 years* to prevent pregnancy. NEXPLANON is an implant, not an IUD. It is a small, thin, and flexible contraceptive arm implant that is placed discreetly under the skin of your inner, upper arm by your health care provider. It is over 99% effective*—just as effective as the pill. You may become pregnant as early as a week after the removal of NEXPLANON.
*NEXPLANON must be removed by the end of the third year and may be replaced by a new implant at the time of removal, if you wish to continue preventing pregnancy with NEXPLANON.