Implant KB Side Effects?
. I used the implant for a month, how come my hand hurts? Then I felt the implant dropped also beyond the limit of the wound attached. Why is that? What should I remove? I fear ? Please explain as soon as possible?
Implanted birth control is a hormonal birth control that is placed under the skin. The installation and removal of implant KB is carried out by trained medical personnel. KB implants can cause some local side effects including bleeding, pain, and swelling at the site of installation.
To reduce local reactions you can apply cold compresses around the installation site. You can also take painkillers to reduce the pain. But if it's been 1 month the hands still feel achy and painful, it needs to be seen again the condition. Therefore, I suggest that you control with your obstetrician so that further examination can be done related to your implant birth control and then the doctor can provide additional treatment that is more appropriate.
Hope it helps you,