Ladies, would you ever get the "Arm" Birth Control implant? Men, how do you feel about them?

I'm really considering it because I'm exclusively messing with one guy rn. And I don't want to have to get plan bs or condoms. Especially, since we've been dating a while. 💀
Ladies, would you ever get the Arm Birth Control implant? Men, how do you feel about them?
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Superb Opinion

  • Everyone's body is different.
    My wife got it and in thrre months gained 20 lbs.
    She had it removed and has been struggling to lose the weight ever since.
    Then she got the copper IUD.
    That's very effective.
    Her cramps are going were more intense 🥺, she bled more.
    So I got a vasectomy.
    Seeing her in much more pain, I couldn't tolerate that anymore.
    I got snipped.

    • I'm sorry your wife and you had to go through that 💔 that's very unfortunate. Shout out to you for being wiling to do that for her.

    • *willing

    • Happy wife, happy life. ☺️☺️☺️

Most Helpful Guy

  • Honestly, if you're having premartial sex and is open to abortion, by all means, please get every form of birth control there is or even sterlise yourself if need be. No issues.

    • Lol, wtf does me having premarital sex or "supporting" abortion have to do with me asking about a particular birth control device? I literally didn't mention any of those 2 topics or ask for your opinion on them. I asked about the device 💀 the rest is extra asf. Sterilize yourself, clearly you can't answer questions on topic. Don't need that going around.

    • I've answered it. By all means. Get it. The extra topics I've mentioned, it is not like they're not relevant. Please get them. Get two. One for each side. I'm not saying you are having premarital sex or abortion. That was a generic statement to anyone reading. Pay it no heed.

Most Helpful Girls

  • It’s hassle free but I didn’t like the idea of having something implanted in me so I opted for the shot instead. Luckily there are plenty of options available that don’t require having to remember to take a pill everyday.

  • I have it. I’ve had it for about 5 years, I highly suggest it, but I would talk to your doctor to see if it’s right for you. It helped me with my cramps and heavy flow…. and it’s very effective.

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What Girls & Guys Said

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  • I have a girlfriend that has it she doesn't want children until she is 30.

  • Wait... in other words this thing is constantly releasing some chemicals to suppress your ovulation, that it?

    • When I looked it up it said "It releases a low, steady dose of a progestational hormone to thicken cervical mucus and thin the lining of the uterus (endometrium). Contraceptive implants typically suppress ovulation as well." So, yes.

    • Can it be removed at any point?

    • Yes, you can get it removed anytime or after your 4th year. If you don't tho your risk of pregnancy after it runs out increases. Just like when you stop the pill out of nowhere. You get pregnant easier.

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  • Ehhh…that is up to you.

  • Yes, by all means you should consider that option. Not everyone is emotionally strong to get an abortion. Its better to take precautions as you might have the baby if you get pregnant and wouldn't think to abort.

  • It's worth it, one of my co-workers has it. I personally like IUD or Implants just because it's semi-permanent. No forgetting pills or accidental mishaps :) Also can be good for cramps.

  • Wear a condom, not everyone stays faithful with friends with benefits. You might, but doubt he will.

  • That seems less invasive

  • i have known several women that had it. i haven’t heard anything bad.