I got the birth control implanon a little under 2 years ago. I'm 23 and now want to have a baby with my husband of a year. The only problem is I don't want the implanon removed, is there any way I can conceive without getting implanon removed?? Please help!!!
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No, in order to become pregnant you'll need to have your implant removed, both in order to conceive in the first place, but also in terms of your health and fetal health were you pregnant.
Can I ask what the issue is you're having around the removal?
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