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Had implanon implant, have pain in arms and have bad period pains, brownish discharge. Is it normal?

hi i had the implant (nexoplan) put in on christmas eve and still to this day i get pains in my arm as if its tugging on muscle the lain goes all the way around my arm. and when i had the last implant in ( implanon ) which i had twice 3 years each i had no periods no pains nothing but this one ive had really bad period pains and ive been on my period for 10 days! its not a normal period its brown!! should i be worried about this??
Asked On : Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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Hi, thank you for asking Healthcare Magic.
Actually, Nexoplanon and Implanon are almost identical. The slight difference is that Nexoplanon can be detected by X-ray because it contains a substance (barium sulphate). But this substance might not produce the symptoms you are having now. These symptoms are common especially within the first 3 months after insertion. You may need to see your doctor if symptoms worsen.

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Answered: Fri, 3 Jan 2014
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