I'm almost at the 2 year mark for having my Implanon. I've had a lot of unprotected sex over the past week or 2 and the guy never wore a condom once during any of the times. I know that pulling out before ejaculation doesn't really do much, and over the last 2 years of having Implanon, I've had a lot of unprotected sex with the guy and never needed to worry. I don't know why I'm worrying now. Probably because it was the most sex I've had in the span of a week. Anyway, I'm stressing that I could be pregnant and I would like to feel the guy ejaculate inside me, because I've heard it feels amazing, but, like now, I'd be worried about getting pregnant. Do I need to worry about this? Please PLEASE help me ease my stress level a little.
Do I need to worry about getting pregnant on Implanon?
Question posted by Dramadiva07 on 31 March 2013
Last updated on 22 January 2017
I've been on implanon for a week now if I have unprotected sex can I get pregnant
i have read the replies to this but im still scared that i wouldn't be able to have sex with my boyfriend without a condom - let alone let him blow in me... are you 100% sure women cannot get pregnant from the guy not wearing a condom? or blowing inside? im new with the implant... so im not really sure what i can and cant do while having it...
I am on the implanon and I have been since I've had my son (due to no birth control and "pulling out") it's been 13 months for me and after like 2 months of my being n it my partner and i do it ALL the time and I still haven't got pregnant , I make him pull out sometimes but majority of the time it's "full fun" and as sometime stated before your not worried about an std from that person I say go for it, but if it not may be a concern for you ,let him do it in the condom and DO GET AN UPDATE WHEN YOUR SUPPOSE TO. But personally myself I'd use a second form if BC In my 6-4 last months like condoms or spermicide out something and there you go, hopefully that helps you
Implanon will protect you from getting pregnant, even if your partner ejaculates within you. What Implanon doesnt protect you from is STDs. Condoms are used with birth control products for preventing STDs, not for contraception. Your Implanon is your contraceptive and does so on its own. If you are not worried about contracting an STD from your partner then he can ejaculate within you and not get you pregnant. You do have to replace Implanon when it is due to be replaced to continue contraceptive coverage. No worries at this point! Implanon should last up to three years then it needs to be replaced.
As long as you get it replaced when its due you are protected.
- Implanon uses and safety info
- Implanon information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side effects of Implanon (detailed)
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