How Do You Say Nexplanon
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How Do You Say Nexplanon
It’s basically a plastic rod that slips into your hand, secretes hormones that thicken the fluid around the cervix to prevent sperm from entering the uterus to meet the eggs. Once inserted, it lasts for 3 years and then needs to be removed. I want this post to be more about my experience so you can read more about it here.
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I once wrote a detailed post about every birth control you can find in Malaysia in 2018 (even the price differences). If you want to learn more about other forms of birth control, I’ve got you covered.
I hate worrying every second before / during / after hunka hunka time. The 20% failure rate of condoms scares me. I wanted a solution that didn’t require short-term re-treatment, but also didn’t hurt too much to put it on and take it off. I have trouble remembering dates and times, so pills are definitely not my thing. An IUD is also not an option for me, especially since I’m not carrying children. So Implanon came to mind and it has about a 1% failure rate. Why don’t I try it at least once in my life?
Before that, I tried to see what my possible side effects were with the injection (which lasted for 3 months) and there wasn’t much. So I felt good enough to get the implant.
Any gynecological clinic should have Implanon in its inventory. (Nexplanon is more popular in the US, but not available here.) If they have it in stock, they can help you get it.
Pregnant On Nexplanon?
I went to the clinic in Serdong to have my Implanon fitted. You must ensure that you are not pregnant before allowing placement. First, you must be on your period. Next, you have to take a pregnancy test (give them your urine and they will check on the spot). When it’s clear, you’re good to go. (Call your gyno to confirm before this, I could be wrong as it was 3 years ago in November 2018).
The doctor removes the instruments and rod from the Implanon box. Note that whatever they use to insert must be fresh and come from a new unit. First, they apply a local anesthetic to your upper arm, then direct the applicator to your skin. The stick is pushed into your skin (you won’t feel pain) and after the doctor confirms it’s okay, congratulations, you’re now immune to pregnancy.
If I’m not mistaken, you should use your non-dominant hand during recovery as it will affect your daily activities a bit.
Doctor of the Day: I went to the CT specialist clinic for women and children with Dr Tan Ee Peng.
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I am not a friend at this point because I have had terrible experiences every time I visit this clinic. I probably didn’t feel welcome at the clinic because they couldn’t cope when I experienced their bad service and wrote a bad review on Google reviews. Here’s the lowdown:
Before my visit, I messaged the two nurses (who handle WhatsApp requests) about the procedure and cost. When I asked if I should be on my period, the nurse said, “No, you shouldn’t be on your period.” So I waited for my period to line up, went to the clinic, waited for my appointment for 4 hours, and then when it was my turn, my consultation was over in 3 minutes. why the Doctor told me to resume my period now. Great, not only am I missing important things to do, but now I have to wait another whole ass cycle to get my period and fight for another date. By this time I had already informed the doctor that two of his nurses had said that I did not need to be on my period before the visit. He apologized and said that on my next visit I wouldn’t have to wait, just skip the line. (He said he wrote a note for the record and the nurse will look at it on my next visit.)
I got my period, booked a slot, went to the clinic, took a pregnancy test to make sure I wasn’t pregnant… then waited another 2 hours for my appointment. When I approached the counter and asked (nicely) if the doctor would still let me skip the line, the nurses were confused and said they would ask the doctor. Wait another 1 hour. (At this point I got really pissed off so I wrote a bad 3 star review.) When I walked in I was confronted by all the nurses and the doctor himself. No one smiled or tried to be nice. He didn’t even greet me. As soon as he stood up, he broke the table, grabbed all his tools and went straight inside. After he was done, he said without saying another word, “Okay, you can go now.” I was so shocked that I really didn’t know what to do. All I know is to pay the fee and go. No one at the clinic was friendly. When I walked out the door of that clinic, I was completely scarred and crying. (For those of you saying, “You shouldn’t be writing this,” honestly, try being me. The whole process took months and was really frustrating.)
Fast forward to a few months ago, I texted the same nurses asking about the removal fee and when I could make an appointment. I was left hanging from 12pm to 6pm and was told “sorry I can’t help you, I only take appointments, we are closed now, sorry for the inconvenience”. LOL. Also. To be honest, all of her nurses are very friendly (and sometimes rude) when dealing with them, so I’m not surprised.
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Another reason why visiting it is not a good idea is that it is always full. Do you have a meeting at 1pm? You will see him mostly from 15:00 to 17:00. 1000/10 I wish I had gone somewhere else instead. No, they wouldn’t be too upset if I wrote this bad review about them. They have too many patients to care for me or lose potential patients. I only went to him because my mother loved him. Oh! good
My arm was sore for a few days and it was really weird to use it because it was so sore and a little numb. My skin felt smoother and softer. I couldn’t use my arm for several weeks. There is a small and round scar from the insertion, but it is very subtle. It doesn’t affect me.
What really gets me is the feel of the stick under the skin. At first it seemed very fragile. The thought of touching him was too painful to think about. My partner had to work really hard not to grab my hand because we were both too worried that it would pierce my skin or something inside my arm. It took us a while to get used to it. (He still refuses to touch her in 3rd year.)
He was upset about the bruises, which, like most bruises, changed color and went from purple to green-green for days, but eventually went away. I still remember how painful it was to move the arm even after the injury was gone. So yes, put it in your non-dominant hand to avoid your daily worries.
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Honestly, it felt amazing to me… at first. Some of mine stopped. My skin felt clear. At no point in my life have I worried about being pregnant (well, not okay, I still worry, but at least not every second. It’s only when I feel extra bloated and have to take tests. And try. All negative).
I’m in a mood though… it’s a little weird to describe. My moods don’t change that often, but they do change more. The feelings were more dramatic in my head and I struggled to contain myself on many occasions. My anxiety increased. There are days when I wonder why I feel sad all of a sudden
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