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How is implanon removed?

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Phil Harrison

The Implanon implant must be removed by the end of the third year after it was inserted and may be replaced at that time with a new implant.

To remove the implanon, your health care provider will inject a local anesthetic in your arm beneath the device and make a small incision in your skin. He or she will push the device toward the incision until the tip is visible and remove it.

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