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Jadelle® is one of the most effective forms of contraception available.
In general, the long-acting reversible contraceptives, like the implants, are more effective than short-acting methods. All long-acting methods have a pregnancy rate of less than one pregnancy per 100 women using the method each year. Unlike with short-acting methods like the oral contraceptive pill, you do not need to remember it every day.
Once the implants are removed, the contraceptive effect wears off quickly and you can become pregnant as rapidly as women who have used no contraceptive at all.
Studies have shown no significant harmful effects on the growth or health of infants whose mothers began to use Jadelle six weeks after childbirth. There is no data to support the use of the implants earlier than six weeks after childbirth.