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I went to the doctor's office to have my old Implanon birth control device replaced with a new one. She did the procedure and told me that all is good. Recently I found out that I was pregnant. I went back to her to have the birth control device removed. To everyone's suprise the device was not there! It appears the device never left the needle at the time of insertion. There was an unrecognized failure by her to insert the device correctly. Can the doctor who was inserting the device be held accountable for negligence, inadequate verfication, fraud...etc? Thanks in advance!
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