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HRT – Making an Informed Choice

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) is an important option for many women during menopause, but its key to make an informed choice to find the right option for […]

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Fertility Facts

In our latest infographic, we examine some of the facts around fertility, the factors that contribute to infertility and what can be done to improve […]

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Sex in Ireland

In the infographic below, we look at some of the facts and figures around Sex in Ireland and explore some lesser known aspects of the sex […]

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STIs In Ireland

In the infographic below, we explore some of the facts around Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) in Ireland, their signs and symptoms (or lack thereof). For […]

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New videos on Menopause, Fertility and Period Problems

At the Dublin Well Woman Centre, we are continuously looking to develop new content to inform our clients about the issues that may affect them. […]

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Submission from the Dublin Well Woman Centre to the Citizen’s Assembly

The Dublin Well Woman Centre has made a formal submission to the Citizen’s Assembly to voice our opinion that it is of great national importance […]

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Dublin Well Woman Centre wins Eir Spider Award for Best Non-Profit Website

We are delighted to announce that the Dublin Well Women Centre has won the prestigious 2016 Eir Spiders Award for Best Charity or Not for […]

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Menopause Fact Sheet #2: Sleep Disorders

November 2016 Menopause is a normal stage of life, but this doesn’t stop many women feeling embarrassed when they go through it. The average age for […]

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LARCs – Myths & Facts

In the infographic below, we explore some of the common myths about Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs), as well as giving you the facts about […]

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Trust Women – Repeal the 8th (Video)

Every day 10 women leave Ireland in order to get an abortion. Her decision to have an abortion may be very difficult, or very simple. […]

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Each of our three clinics are open for your essential women's healthcare. We have suspended our evening clinics in Liffey Street Clinic, but Coolock Thursday evening clinics are still going ahead. Please read our latest updates here to learn more about how we are now operating.

Services taking place in our clinics: All LARC services (Implanon, Mirena, Kyleena, Jaydess, and Copper IUDs), Depo Provera injections, STI Testing, Cryotherapy, Early Medical Abortions, PMS and Period Problems, Gardasil vaccination, Fertility treatments.

Services currently on hold: Private Smears.

Smear Tests: CervicalCheck will be sending invitation letters for Smear tests from July 6th

Telephone Appointments: You can book your Telephone Appointment with one of our clinics through our Online Booking Form or by ringing the clinic directly. You can learn more in this short animation. Our Counselling Services have also moved to telephone for now, please see our short animation for more information.

Visiting the clinic: Once you have had your Telephone Appointment, and if the doctor decides it is necessary to see you in the clinic, we can then make arrangements for you to come into the clinic. You can learn more in this short animation.

Early Medical Abortions: If you are an Early Medical Abortion patient, we can provide both visits required as a Telephone Appointment. You will need to collect your home care pack from the clinic, which you can nominate a person of your choice to do if you cannot attend the clinic. Please see our Step-By-Step Guide or watch our short animation on how these appointments are now operating.

If you are a new patient, or a current patient who wishes to update their information, please complete this form and return it by e-mail to the clinic of your choice (Please download the form to your desktop or laptop before filling it out).
If you are unable to complete the PDF form, you can click here to submit our online patient registration form.

We are keeping all of the above measures under review and may change depending on new circumstances. Please keep a close eye on our website and social media (FacebookTwitter and Instagram) for ongoing service updates.

Please note that Well Woman is NOT a GP service and we cannot request COVID19 testing, or issue Medical Certificates for the purposes of accessing social welfare payments.

During these uncertain times, we feel more grateful than ever to all our patients, clients, employees and everyone who has supported us. Thank you all for your understanding and patience. Stay safe