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Implanted contraceptive in arm. Having dark vaginal discharge all the time. Should I remove implant?

I m 19 years old and 2 months ago I ve had put a contracepcion implant in my arm , but I m afraid that someting is wrong. I have vaginal discharge all the time, which is very dark. I started taking contraception pills a month before putting that implant, it was cerazzette. I want to know what to do with it, because it really disrupts my life. Thanks for any answer :)
Asked On : Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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Hi there

Thanks for your query

Cerazzette in some women can cause vaginitis, which is inflammation of vagina. Vaginitis from any cause can produce a dark discharge. Other causes of vaginitis should also be considered like infection, non-infectious causes like spray, douches, perfumed soaps, etc.

I will also recommend that you go for a pap-smear to rule out lesions of cervix and any infections of cervix and/or uterus.

Other causes need to be ruled out by your physician. If the discharge is bad enough then I will recommend that you discuss with your physician about switching to another form of contraception.

Hope I addressed your concern


Answered: Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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