My sister also has the implant in she got it in in June. You can see her implant very visable under the skin and at the site of insertation you can see the end of it- it looks like a white head spot on her arm but it's not it's the implant
now she's being sick etc and just wondered the chnces of her being pregnant? She claims she can't have kids as she has pcos and shes refusig to test etc cos she doesn't think she is.
So my question is is it possible she is? And is it normal for je implant to be like that? No one else I know has this problem
Its possible she could be pregnant as no contraception is 100%.I had the implant and I could only see it if I pushed it(gross I know!lol) sounds like its just where the implant went in,as its recent.I have had mine taken out now and I still have the scar from where they put it in.xxx
It's unlikely but not impossible, but the implant is supposed to be one of the most effective forms of contraception. Is she quite thin? That may explain why the implanon is visible. Or it could just be that it wasn't inserted very deeply (mine wasn't the second time).
They tell you that you should worry if you can't feel it so it being visible wouldn't bother me. My doctor said the last one she put in was very visable as the patient had requested it to be as near under the skin as possible so it would be easier to take out. People can get pregant on the implant so I'd say she should test as I presume it would have to be taken out asap if she was. Mine also pokes at the end if I touch it, I do it to creep my friend out
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