Finding contraception fit.

Empowering women and providers to make personalised reproductive health decisions with innovative contraception screening.

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The contraception crisis is real

We hear you! Thousands of women and clinicians have shared their experiences and challenges around taking and prescribing contraception. At Dama, we're here to make it right.

Side effects

80% of women experience contraception side effects that decrease their quality of life.


Clinicians are not afforded adequate consultation times to have the most holistic and meaningful conversations.


Women try an average of 4 different methods before finding the right fit (if at all!).

Our approach

At Dama, we're dedicated to providing women with valuable health information based on the latest clinical and pharmacogenetic research. We use our advanced technology and biomarkers to understand your unique predispositions, effectiveness of treatments, and potential side effects.

Our approach is person-centred. We consider important medical details and lifestyle factors to ensure that your prescriptions are informed and personalised to meet your specific needs. With our technology, we aim to empower you and your clinician with the best options for your health and well-being.

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"There are so many contraception options to choose from and it's been really difficult to choose as I didn't know what was best for me. Dama Health explored my contraception preferences and medical history incredibly in more depth."

Dama Participant

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About us

We are a team of scientists, gynaecologists and female health specialists who have come together to help advance women's health research and development.

Elena CEO Medical scientist, Business builder
Aaron CMO OB/GYN, Specialist MD in Complex Family Planning
PaulinaCPO Doctor, NHS Clinical Entrepreneur
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"This is a great idea. Not only is there often little time to personalise contraceptive advice but giving information about all of the risks to enable informed decision making is a challenge."

Dr Tom Micklewright

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