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Global Journal of Cardiology and Hematology (GJCH)
Implanon is a single rod contraceptive implant, it is one of the most reliable birth control methods, highly effective with rapid onset of action and an equally rapid return of fertility once removed. Thromboembolic events are established adverse events of hormonal contraceptives; however, few cases of thromboembolic complications of implanon have been reported in the literature. A 39 year old woman, with no known risk factors for thrombus formation and no past history of thromboembolic eventsdoi:10.54026/gjch/1001 fatcat:2wnxj6aul5h3rg7en3t5xl7z6a