Can birth control implants be trusted?

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Are they effective at preventing pregnancy?
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Usually pretty effective.
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one of the most effective methods of contraception
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Other than abstinence the implant is the most effective method at preventing pregnancy. No protection against STIs, depending what you are doing and whoever you are doing it with!
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Other than abstinence the implant is the most effective method at preventing pregnancy. No protection against STIs, depending what you are doing and whoever you are doing it with!
Vasectomy is more effective.
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Vasectomy is more effective.
According to nhs website the inplant is actually slightly more effective.
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