Fears hundreds of contraceptive implants have gone missing in women"s bodies, putting their fertility at risk

Fertility fears for hundreds of women after contraceptive implants go 'missing' inside their bodies Implanon device contains a progesterone-like hormone that is released slowly into the bloodstreamMHRA said there have been reports of problems with inserting and removing the implantOlder women could now be left with no chance of having children | UPDATED: 12:49 GMT, 5 September 2012 Hundreds of women have had their fertility put in jeopardy after a popular contraceptive implant was apparently 'lost' in their bodies.

Warning heart rhythm patients are at risk of strokes because GPs take "easy" option of prescribing aspirin

Warning heart rhythm patients are at risk of strokes because GPs take 'easy' option of prescribing aspirin | UPDATED: 00:06 GMT, 3 July 2012 Thousands of people with the most common heart rhythm problem are at risk of strokes because GPs are taking the ‘cheap and easy’ option of prescribing them aspirin, experts warn.

Contraceptive row: Girl, 13, reveals why she had Nexplanon implant at school

'I felt like having sex': Girl, 13, reveals why she had contraceptive implant at school WITHOUT telling her mother It gives me peace of mind when I'm with my boyfriend, 13-year-old insists A 13-year-old girl today said she had a contraceptive implant fitted at school without her mother knowing because she ‘felt like having sex.’ The teenager is one of 33 schoolgirls who have been fitted with the device in Southampton as part of a controversial government initiative to drive down teenage pregnancies.

"I felt like having sex": Girl, 13, reveals why she had contraceptive implant at school WITHOUT telling her mother

'I felt like having sex': Girl, 13, reveals why she had contraceptive implant at school WITHOUT telling her mother It gives me peace of mind when I'm with my boyfriend, 13-year-old insists A 13-year-old girl today said she had a contraceptive implant fitted at school without her mother knowing because she ‘felt like having sex.’ The teenager is one of 33 schoolgirls who have been fitted with the device in Southampton as part of a controversial government initiative to drive down teenage pregnancies.