Do you have a Nexplanon® implant?
You may be able to join a clinical trial for women who have a Nexplanon® implant, also called an etonogestrel implant.
The etonogestrel implant is:
• A long-acting, reversible, hormonal birth control available for women by prescription
• Approved for use to prevent pregnancies for up to 3 years
• Not approved to use for more than 3 years

The purpose of this clinical trial is to learn about using the etonogestrel implant for more than 3 years.
You may be able to join this clinical trial if you:
• Have an etonogestrel implant that was inserted 34–36 months ago (about 3 years ago)
• Are willing to continue to use the etonogestrel implant for an additional 24 months and do not intend to use any other form of contraception (for example, condoms)
• Are between 18 and 35 years old and are able to get pregnant

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Qualified participants may receive up to $1500
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There may be reasons why you cannot be in this clinical trial. The trial doctor or staff will discuss these with you.    If you join, you will:
• Be in the trial for about 27 months
• Visit the trial site 11 times for the trial doctor and staff to check on your health and collect information for research purposes
Being part of this clinical trial is voluntary and you may choose to leave the trial for any reason at any time.

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