Buy Jaydess to help patients avoid unwanted pregnancy. This product is a contraception intrauterine system in the shape of a T. It is to be placed inside the womb, and then slowly over a certain period of time release a hormone called levonorgestrel.
Who benefits the most from Jaydess
This product is recommended for use on females below the age of 65 years old.
Ailments Treated with Jaydess
Jaydess is able to prevent pregnancy for up to 3 years.
How does Jaydess work?
This intrauterine delivery system, also known as an IUS, is a product that consists of a pale yellow to white drug core, which is also covered with an opaque-like membrane. It is mounted on top of the vertical stem of the T-body, which will also contain a silver ring close to where the horizontal arms meet. Jaydess works by lessening the growth of the womb lining observed every month. It will also make the cervical mucus less thick, and all of these combined will prevent the sperm and the egg from joining, thereby avoiding the fertilization of the egg altogether.
The T-body is loaded into the insertion tubing arms folded, with the solid white rod attached into the bottom of it. It is advanced to a point where the rod actually touches the bottom of the IUD itself. The insertion tube should be help open and the blue flange ensured that it is level to where the uterus sounds. The arms of the IUD should be parallel to the long axis of the blue flange. The loaded tube should then be passed through the cervical canal, until resistance is met. The tube should then be withdrawn approximately 1cm and then the IUD is released. The white rod should then be gently removed, followed by the tube. The excess thread should be cut, with only 3cm visibly extending from the external cervical os.
How long does Jaydess last?
The product prevents pregnancy for 3 years.
Although generally safe for use on all female patients there are some contraindications to this product, including
- Acute cervicitis or vaginitis
- Uterine or cervical malignancy
- Abnormal uterine bleeding
- Uterine anomalies whether congenital or acquired
- Acute liver disease
- Hypersensitivity to any of the active substances.
Other Side Effects
Some of the benign and common side effects include:
- Heavier periods
- Irregular bleeding and spotting
These are the more rare but serious side effects.
This is not the full list, check product leaflet for all the details
After insertion, cramps and spotting can be expected. Patients should use an OTC pain reliever to ease discomfort. Heating pads or a hot water bottle on top of the belly can also provide relief. For the first three months, patients should check once a month that the string coming out of the cervix can still be felt. Any sexual activities must wait for at least 24 hours, and no tampons, douches, or any other product should be inserted into the vagina at this time.
Cost of Jaydess
The average cost of this vaccine per syringe is around $214.
Jaydess is a great product that protects patients from unwanted pregnancies for a few years. The product only has a failure rate of 0.4% at 1 year, but even at year 3 the cumulative failure rate is still at less than 1%.
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