“4 out of 5 women it works for,” the doctor said. “That means you are the unlucky 20%.”
The implanon is so damn good as a form of contraception that it forces you into abstinence because of the constant bleeding. Well for 20% of people anyway.
I tried it, I loved the convenience of the set and forget method.
Except it was hard to forget, because every second week my friends came a visiting, when it should have been once a month.
I tried the hormone tablets to zap the cycle back into how it should be, but they failed. I kept giving it one more try to see if my body settled down and got used to it.
After five months, I said ENOUGH.
Back to the bloody pill. I have to set my alarm for 4pm every day so I do not forget. I do not want an accidents. The doctor told me of another really great set it and forget contraceptive form called Mirena.
I’ve got to do my google research first, but if you have any advice on this one leave it below.
If I don’t go with that one, Craig might have to get the snip.