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    JAYDESS® is a levonorgestrel intrauterine delivery system containing lower hormone doses and lasting for three years. It is a 99.1% effective contraception method which does not affect ovulation. 

    Bayer produces JAYDESS®, and it has been approved in the EU and Sweden since 2013. Medical practitioners who want to purchase JAYDESS® for use in their offices often recommend them as an alternative to Mirena for patients who want to avoid amenorrhoea or have qualms about hormonal IUDs.

    What Is JAYDESS® Used For?

    The T-shaped intrauterine delivery system (IUS) JAYDESS®  is used as a method of contraception that lasts for up to three years, after which a clinician must remove it. It is an effective, safe method of preventing pregnancy.

    It has some of the lowest levels of levonorgestrel of all IUDs, making it an ideal choice for patients who want to continue menstruating. However, its use in nulliparous patients is not as common due to limited clinical experience with this group.

    Unlike other IUDs with higher hormone content, JAYDESS® does not seem to have as significant effects in improving conditions such as dysmenorrhea and menorrhagia and underlying causes such as endometrial hyperplasia, uterine fibroids, adenomyosis, and endometriosis.

    How Long Does JAYDESS®  Last?

    JAYDESS® is designed to last for a maximum of three years, after which it needs to be removed. It will stay in position until a medical practitioner removes it. It can stay in place for three years or until it is removed. It remains effective during the three-year period.

    JAYDESS® becomes an effective contraceptive immediately upon insertion, and it requires no other contraceptive methods to be used. It should ideally be inserted within the seventh day of the menstrual cycle. If that is not possible, the medical practitioner must exclude the possibility of conception occurring before the insertion date. 

    JAYDESS®  Method of Administration

    JAYDESS® must be inserted by a licensed medical professional using aseptic technique. It is important that the practitioner is trained in IUS insertion. The IUS package contains an inserter in a sterile package, which should not be opened until it is time for insertion.

    If the patient experiences extreme pain or the insertion process is difficult, practitioners should check for full or partial uterine perforation using physical examination and ultrasound. Physical examination alone may not be enough to diagnose partial perforation.

    Patients should undergo a physical examination after four to six weeks of insertion to ensure the device has been positioned correctly. 

    JAYDESS®  Side Effects

    As with other IUDs, patients may experience pain and bleeding during insertion and removal of JAYDESS®. The procedure may also cause a vasovagal reaction, including syncope or a seizure in epileptic patients. Physicians should minimize pain using evidence-based analgesic options.

    • Headache
    • Pelvic pain
    • Nausea
    • Changes in menstrual bleeding
    • Spotting
    • Amenorrhea
    • Acne
    • Ovarian cysts
    • Vulvovaginitis
    • Depression
    • Migraines
    • Dysmenorrhea
    • Pelvic infection
    • Increased weight
    • Vaginal discharge
    • Expulsion of the IUD

    In rare situations, a perforation of the uterine wall is possible during insertion. 

    JAYDESS®  vs. Competition

    They differ in terms of hormone dose and duration of use. Here are other differences:

    • JAYDESS® vs. MIRENA® – Unlike MIRENA®, which is used for treating idiopathic menorrhagia, and prevention of endometrial hyperplasia, JAYDESS® is only used for contraceptive purposes. MIRENA® is bigger and lasts longer compared to JAYDESS®.  Its T-body is 32 x 32 mm, it lasts up to 6 years, and the diameter of the insertion tube is 4.4 mm.
    • JAYDESS® vs. KYLEENA® – These two IUDs are the same size, 28 x 30 mm, and the outer diameter of the insertion tube is also the same, 3.8 mm. However, Kyleena lasts for five years and contains 19.5 mg of levonorgestrel, as opposed to Jaydess, which has a lower hormone content of 13.5 mg and lasts three years.

    Where Can I Buy JAYDESS®?

    Purchase JAYDESS® from certified distributors to ensure authenticity and patient safety. Only medical practitioners are allowed to administer the intrauterine device. Contact our team for information on how to buy JAYDESS® online. 

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