Check out the new My Contraception and Sexual Health podcast series hosted by Pharmacist Jess Redden. This four-part podcast series will provide you with all the information you need to help choose the right contraception option for you.

Following the launch of a free contraception scheme for 17–25-year-old females in Ireland, we are aware of the many gaps in information that exist for young people around their sexual and contraceptive health

Research conducted by the Dublin Well Women Centre highlighted many of these information gaps including that almost half (49%) of 17–24-year-old females are not aware that the contraceptive pill has a failure rate of 9%.¹

In the series, Jess speaks to four health professionals to share all you need to know about your hormones, sexual health and contraception options. For more information on contraception options and sexual health visit mycontraception.ie

This series is also in the Spotify and Apple podcast stores.


PILL, PATCH, CONDOMS….. WHAT SUITS YOU BEST? WITH DR EADAOIN LYSAGHT

In this episode host Jess Redden discusses short acting contraception options with Dr Eadaoin Lysaght, the Medical Director at UCD Medical Centre. Together they challenge some myths, discover some truths and explain what happens at a contraceptive consultation.

FIT AND FORGET…. LONG ACTING REVERSIBLE CONTRACEPTION FOR YOUNG ADULTS WITH DR DEIRDRE LUNDY

In episode 3 host Jess Redden is joined by Dr Deirdre Lundy – a GP specialising in female health for 30 years. Dr Lundy explains what exactly Long-Acting Reversible Contraception is, who can use it and why it is considered a “fit and forget” form of contraception

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT STIS BUT WERE TOO AFRAID TO ASK WITH NURSE ANNE MORIARTY

In this final episode, host Jess Redden is joined by Nurse Anne Moriarty to understand the types, causes and symptoms of sexually transmitted infections whilst also highlighting treatments options and important steps to prevention.

My Contraception and Sexual Health

 

This is an education initiative supported by Meagher’s and Bayer Limited.
Reference
  1. https://wellwomancentre.ie/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Dublin_WWC_CONTRACEPTIVE_Report_NOV2020_FINAL.pdf

 

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