Nexplanon, a long-acting reversible contraceptive that is implanted in the arm for up to three years, is a welcome addition to birth control options in Canada.
It’s unsurprising that such apps are popular. Contraceptives come with a slew of hazards.
Unlike condoms, which need to be used every time with sex, or the pill, which must be taken every day, LARC doesn’t require any action after placement in the body and is immediately reversible.
Long-acting reversible contraceptives are more reliable than other methods of contraception and most women are happy with them.