Women Will Have More Hormonal Contraceptive Options

You'll see a new levonorgestrel intrauterine system (IUS) called Kyleena (kye-LEE-nah).

Think of Kyleena as in between Mirena and Jaydess.

Kyleena releases on average 9 mcg/day levonorgestrel over 5 years. That's less than Mirena's 14 mcg/day average over 5 years...and more than Jaydess' 6 mcg/day average over 3 years.

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