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Levoplant is a two-rod contraceptive implant effective in preventing pregnancy for up to 3 years. It is as small as a matchstick and is inserted under the skin of the upper arm by a trained healthcare provider
- No daily, weekly or monthly routine required
- Discreet, no one can tell you are on it
- Normal fertility returns as soon as it is removed
Not every woman experience side effects while on Levoplant. These side effects include, weight change (gain or loss), headache, breast tenderness and fatigue. These side effects go away after a short time.
No. Levoplant does not have after effect.
This side effect is common with hormonal contraceptives, but if you’ve only had Levoplant for a few months or less, it could also lessen or go away on its own. However, if it persists, please see a doctor or call 7790 for free
Not all women experience weight change (Loss or gain) while on Levoplant and most are able to keep their weight steady with a healthy diet and regular exercise.
No. It has two flexible rods about the size of a matchstick, which are inserted under the skin by a doctor or nurse.
No, you can remove Levoplant anytime within 3 years or whenever you are ready to get pregnant.
Yes. Levoplant is a reversible contraceptive method. You can get pregnant once you remove it.
No it does not cease your period. However, not seeing one’s period is a side effect of Levoplant but your period will return after it is taken out.
Depending on your body, it can take up to two months to get back to your regular cycle after having Levoplant removed.
Some women have a tiny scar from insertion which won’t be noticeable. This scar disappears with time.
Levoplant cannot cause your blood pressure to go up especially when you do not have a history of hypertension.
Mild pain is common immediately after Levoplant is put in and it should stop after one or two days. You can also use a painkiller to relieve the pain.
Using or removing Levoplant does not cause offensive vaginal discharge. If you notice vaginal discharge with an offensive smell, visit your doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment.
Using Levoplant longer than the stated duration can lead to pregnancy. You should have the Implant replaced once you remember.
Yes, if your baby is 6 weeks and older. It will not affect your breast milk production and will not harm your baby.