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Nexplanon is a small rod that is inserted under the skin via injection, and it is meant to distribute hormones to prevent pregnancy for up to three years. Unfortunately, it has recently been linked to dangerous or potentially fatal Nexplanon blood clots.
A recent Danish study found that women who use Nexplanon for birth control are at a heightened risk for developing a blood clot. An unnecessary blood clot can impede circulation and deny vital organs of oxygen, and this can lead to severe complications or even death. A Nexplanon blood clot can occur in the following areas:
Blood clots aren’t the only Nexplanon side effects women need to worry about. Other Nexplanon side effects include: