Can the implant cause prolonged periods?

Can the implant cause prolonged periods?

The most common birth control implant side effect is spotting (light bleeding or brown discharge), especially in the first 6-12 months. Sometimes the implant causes long-term spotting, or periods can get longer and heavier. But for most people, the implant makes their periods way lighter.

How long does it take for periods to regulate on the implant?

This way you keep the contraceptive cover, and the periods will usually settle down over time. This usually happens within three months of having the implant inserted.

How does nexplanon affect your period?

The most common side effect of NEXPLANON is a change in your normal menstrual bleeding pattern. In studies, one out of ten women stopped using the implant because of an unfavorable change in their bleeding pattern. Your period may be longer or shorter, or you may have no bleeding at all.

When do you get your period after an ABIT implant?

I didn’t have periods for most of last year, but when they started again they would go on for nearly 2 weeks. They seem to be regulating abit more now, still heavier than normal and last longer. I think you have to give your body time to get used to the implant and then it starts to settle down.

When did I get my second period implant?

This was the second implant I received so the first one, it was great, I stopped having my period or it would be very light, towards the end of the 3 year term, i started getting my period a bit more heavier, which didn’t concern me too much, so I decided to implant a second one.

Are there sudden periods after having the Nexplanon implant?

Sudden periods after 2 years of having the Nexplanon implant?!? Sudden periods after 2 years… Sudden periods after 2 years of having the Nexplanon implant?!? I’ve had the Nexplanon implant for two years now and have only had one period in that time, which was right near the beginning.

Can a contraceptive implant last longer than 6 months?

This is quite common in the first 6 months but it can last as long as you use the implant. This can be annoying, but it’s not harmful and the implant will still work. If the bleeding is a problem, you can get pills to help. You might have a sore or bruised arm after the implant is put in or taken out. There is a small risk of infection

I didn’t have periods for most of last year, but when they started again they would go on for nearly 2 weeks. They seem to be regulating abit more now, still heavier than normal and last longer. I think you have to give your body time to get used to the implant and then it starts to settle down.

This was the second implant I received so the first one, it was great, I stopped having my period or it would be very light, towards the end of the 3 year term, i started getting my period a bit more heavier, which didn’t concern me too much, so I decided to implant a second one.

Sudden periods after 2 years of having the Nexplanon implant?!? Sudden periods after 2 years… Sudden periods after 2 years of having the Nexplanon implant?!? I’ve had the Nexplanon implant for two years now and have only had one period in that time, which was right near the beginning.

This is quite common in the first 6 months but it can last as long as you use the implant. This can be annoying, but it’s not harmful and the implant will still work. If the bleeding is a problem, you can get pills to help. You might have a sore or bruised arm after the implant is put in or taken out. There is a small risk of infection