I have been looking for a method of long term birth control for some time now. I am turning 20 in July and I have TWO young daughters, not twins. I have had two pregnancies and just can't have any more. I finally found implanon. Now I know that they will do an exam as I already asked but will they insert the device the same day? And when I get it replaced, will it be the same price as the initial implant? Thank you in advance!
If you have made an appointment for a check up and contraceptive advice, I would say YES, you probably will get the procedure done that appointment. The cost of the medication and insertion will probably remain the same.
Hope that helped.
Laura, the sweet hippie ;-)
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