Logotipo de NEXPLANON® (etonogestrel implant) 68 mg Radiopaque

Important Safety Information

Información de PrescripciónPrescribing Information

For Healthcare Professionals

Conoce más sobre NEXPLANON
Para usuarias actuales
Obtén NEXPLANON
Información de Prescripción
Get
NEXPLANON
Logotipo de NEXPLANON® (etonogestrel implant) 68 mg Radiopaque

CONOCENEXPLANON,

el implante anticonceptivo
que va en el brazo

NEXPLANON tiene una eficacia superior al 99%* sin las molestias diarias.

*Menos de 1 embarazo por cada 100 mujeres que usaron NEXPLANON durante un año.

¿Has escuchado de NEXPLANON?(sitio en inglés)
Actor Representación del usuario de NEXPLANON® (etonogestrel implant) 68 mg Radiopaque

Caracterización de actores

Actor Representación del usuario de NEXPLANON® (etonogestrel implant) 68 mg Radiopaque
¿lista para NEXPLANON?
¿pensando en NEXPLANON?
¿ya usas NEXPLANON?

¿lista para NEXPLANON?

Encuentra un proveedor de atención médica capacitado e inicia la conversación.
encuentra un médicositio en inglés

¿pensando en NEXPLANON?

Conoce la eficacia de NEXPLANON, cómo se inserta y más.
conoce mássitio en inglés

¿ya usas NEXPLANON?

Haz un repaso de lo último sobre NEXPLANON y lo que viene después.
conoce mássitio en inglés

Caracterización de actores

Actor Representación del usuario de NEXPLANON® (etonogestrel implant) 68 mg Radiopaque

NEXPLANON actúa impidiendo la ovulación

NEXPLANON actúa utilizando una hormona que impide que el óvulo sea liberado por tu ovario y evita que los espermatozoides lleguen al óvulo. También modifica el revestimiento del útero.
    Muéstrame cómo
    funciona NEXPLANON(sitio en inglés)
    Imagen del tamaño de un implante en relación con la mano de una persona

    el implante que se muestra no es de tamaño real

    NEXPLANON es tan efectivo como la píldora, sin las molestias diarias

    Este anticonceptivo no lo tienes que tomar todos los días. Es un implante pequeño y flexible que previene el embarazo por hasta 3 años.*

      *NEXPLANON se debe extraer al final del tercer año.

      Más del 99% de eficacia: Menos de 1 embarazo por cada 100 mujeres que usaron NEXPLANON® (etonogestrel implant) 68 mg Radiopaque durante 1 año

      Ve cómo otras mujeres alzan su voz

      Entérate de los
      efectos secundarios
      Preguntas frecuentes
      Message icon

      talk to a healthcare provider online

      Connect with an independent licensed healthcare provider to discuss your birth control options.

      Connect with an independent licensed healthcare provider to discuss your birth control options.

      Indication

      NEXPLANON is a prescription medication for the prevention of pregnancy in women.

      Important Safety Information

      You should not use NEXPLANON if you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant; have or have had blood clots; have liver disease or a liver tumor; have unexplained vaginal bleeding; have breast cancer or any other cancer that is sensitive to progestin (a female hormone), now or in the past; or are allergic to anything in NEXPLANON.

      Talk to your healthcare provider about using NEXPLANON if you have diabetes, high cholesterol or triglycerides, headaches, gallbladder or kidney problems, history of depressed mood, high blood pressure, allergy to numbing medicines (anesthetics) or medicines used to clean your skin (antiseptics). These medicines will be used when the implant is placed into or removed from your arm.

      Immediately after the NEXPLANON implant has been placed, you and your healthcare provider should check that the implant is in your arm by feeling for it. If you cannot feel the NEXPLANON implant, contact your healthcare provider immediately and use a non-hormonal birth control method (such as condoms) until your healthcare provider confirms that the implant is in place. You may need special tests to check that the implant is in place or to help find the implant when it is time to take it out.

      The implant may not be placed in your arm at all due to failed insertion. If this happens, you may become pregnant. Removal of the implant may be very difficult or impossible if the implant is not where it should be. Special procedures, including surgery in the hospital, may be needed to remove the implant. If the implant is not removed, then the effects of NEXPLANON will continue for a longer period of time. Other problems related to insertion and removal include pain, irritation, swelling, bruising, numbness and tingling, scarring, infection, injury to the nerves or blood vessels, and breaking of the implant. Additionally, the implant may come out by itself. You may become pregnant if the implant comes out by itself. Use a back up birth control method and call your healthcare provider right away if the implant comes out.

      The most common side effect of NEXPLANON is a change in your normal menstrual bleeding pattern. In studies, one out of ten women stopped using the implant because of an unfavorable change in their bleeding pattern. You may experience longer or shorter bleeding during your periods or have no bleeding at all. The time between periods may vary, and in between periods you may also have spotting.

      If you become pregnant while using NEXPLANON, you have a slightly higher chance that the pregnancy will be ectopic (occurring outside the womb) than do women who do not use birth control. Ectopic pregnancies can cause serious internal bleeding, infertility, and even death. Call your healthcare provider right away if you think you are pregnant or have unexplained lower stomach (abdominal) pain.

      The use of NEXPLANON may also increase your chance of serious blood clots, especially if you have other risk factors, such as smoking. If you smoke and want to use NEXPLANON, you should quit. Some examples of blood clots are deep vein thrombosis (legs), pulmonary embolism (lungs), retinal thrombosis (eyes), stroke (brain), and heart attack (heart). It is possible to die from a problem caused by a blood clot, such as a heart attack or stroke. Tell your doctor at least 4 weeks before if you are going to have surgery or will need to be on bed rest, because you have an increased chance of getting blood clots during surgery or bed rest.

      Cysts may develop on the ovaries and usually go away without treatment, but sometimes surgery is needed to remove them.

      Besides changes in menstrual bleeding patterns, other common side effects reported in women using NEXPLANON include: headaches; vaginitis (inflammation of the vagina); weight gain; acne; breast pain; viral infection such as sore throats or flu-like symptoms; stomach pain; painful periods; mood swings, nervousness, or depressed mood; back pain; nausea; dizziness; pain and pain at the site of insertion. Implants have been reported to be found in a blood vessel, including a blood vessel in the lung.

      Call your healthcare provider right away if you have pain in your lower leg that does not go away; severe chest pain or heaviness in the chest; sudden shortness of breath, sharp chest pain, or coughing blood; symptoms of a severe allergic reaction, such as swollen face, tongue or throat, trouble breathing or swallowing; sudden severe headaches unlike your usual headaches; weakness or numbness in your arm, leg, or trouble speaking; sudden partial or complete blindness; yellowing of your skin or whites of your eyes, especially with fever, tiredness, loss of appetite, dark-colored urine, or light-colored bowel movements; severe pain, swelling, or tenderness in the lower stomach (abdomen); lump in your breast; problems sleeping, lack of energy, tiredness, or you feel very sad; heavy menstrual bleeding; or if you feel that the implant may have broken or bent while in your arm.

      NEXPLANON does not protect against HIV or other STDs.

      You are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit or call 1-800-FDA-1088.

      Please read the accompanying Patient Information for NEXPLANON and discuss it with your healthcare provider. The physician Prescribing Information also is available.

      Logotipo de NEXPLANON® (etonogestrel implant) 68 mg Radiopaque

      Acerca de NEXPLANON

      ¿Qué es NEXPLANON?

      Enlaces rápidos

      Obtén NEXPLANON
      Logotipo de Organon

      © 2022 Grupo de empresas Organon. Todos los derechos reservados. ORGANON y el logotipo de ORGANON son marcas comerciales del grupo de compañías Organon.

      Este sitio está destinado únicamente a residentes de los Estados Unidos, sus territorios y Puerto Rico. US-XPL-116452 10/22

      Seal iconAccessibility icon

      Indication

      NEXPLANON is a prescription medication for the prevention of pregnancy in women.

      Important Safety Information

      You should not use NEXPLANON if you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant; have or have had blood clots.