Yes, especially if you have a hard time remembering to take birth control pills and you want long-term protection against pregnancy.
Contraception with the implant lasts for three years and it is important to replace the implant before the three year lapses otherwise the risk of pregnancy increases.
It is not suitable for everyone, for example if who have had blood clots, liver disease or certain types of cancer. You may also need to check with your doctor if you have diabetes, migraine headaches, depression or other medical problems.
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