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Pain in the arm after implanon placement. Difficulty in bending the arm. Bleeding through the plaster. What happened?

Hi I have had implanon in since yesterday and I still have the plaster on top as I was told not too remove it for 48 hours, everytime I move my arm it stings and I can t bend my arm because of the pain. Also I can see a blood type colour coming through the plaster which seems to be coming through more and more as time passes but I m not sure if it is blood or if anything could be wrong with it? Also I havnt tried to remove the plaster at all too look under neath it at my arm where the liquid is coming from.
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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Thanks for writing to us.
You should consult a doctor immediately because bleeding should not be there after implanon placement and you have difficulty in moving arm also.
So better get your check-up done, may be you required implanon removal.
Good luck.
Take care.
Answered: Fri, 12 Jul 2013
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