The core purpose of the app is to act as a digital buddy to a first-time Kyleena® user who may have many questions about life with a hormonal coil.
Smart alternatives to taking the pill every day
Is the pill the right contraceptive for you? This booklet provides a short explanation of each type of LARC available, including the benefits and considerations for each; enabling patients to make informed choices. The leaflet also directs women to www.mycontraception.ie to explore all of the options available to them.
What is heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB)? What can I do? Introduce your patients to HMB with this patient information leaflet and help them understand more about it, including spotting the signs of HMB, understanding the causes and being familiar with the treatment options avilable.
Bayer Ireland teamed up with everymum, one of the fastest growing online parenting communities in Ireland, to offer a five-part podcast series with four expert women's health care professionals. It covers everything from fertility to hormonal health to contraception options, and can support your patients in making a more informed choice. The podcasts can be accessed on our patient website, mycontraception.ie or directly on the links below.
Ever wondered what is considered a “normal” menstrual cycle? Dr. Lundy speaks about how every woman is different and no two cycles are the same. Listen to the podcast to find out more.
We know hormones are important, but which hormones have an impact on the female reproductive system? Dr. Laura Lenihan explains by understanding more about our hormones we can begin to care for them effectively.
Condoms have a failure rate of 18% when used alone, meaning that 18 women out of every 100 using condoms will become pregnant1. Learn more about the wide range of contraception options available with Dr. Deirdre Lundy.
Did you know you can get pregnant while you are breastfeeding? Tune in and learn about the best contraception options for women in postpartum with Dr. Emma Kilgarriff.
Now that you have decided your family is complete, what are the contraception options that are most suited to you that may also support your hormonal health? Find out more with Dr. Rachel Mackey.
Reporting adverse events and quality complaints
If you want to report a side effect or quality complaint, please contact your health care professional (e.g. physician or pharmacist) or The Health Products Regulatory Authority, Reports can also be reported directly to Bayer through this link or by emailing directly on firstname.lastname@example.org