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Pregnancy Clinical Trials

A listing of Pregnancy medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (19) clinical trials

Effect of Fasting on ICSI Outcomes in Poor Responders

This study is a prospective, single-blinded (to the outcomes assessor), randomized controlled trial conducted at the In Vitro Fertilization ( IVF) center of the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Kasr El-Ainy Teaching Hospital, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, Egypt, from October 2018 to September 2019, to determine the clinical effect ...

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Evaluate the Use of a New Probiotic Strain in Couples With Fertility Problems and Dysbiosis.

Pilot study to evaluate the effect of the strain Lactobacillus salivarius PS11610 on the microbiota of the female and male genital tract in couples with fertility problems. Couples who have started treatment for artificial insemination or who are on the waiting list for an invitro fertilization treatment will be invited ...

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Clinic-based Versus Self-use of Medical Abortion Pills

Medical abortion with mifepristone and misoprostol within the first 10 weeks of pregnancy is safe and highly effective. Investigators aim to assess whether self-use of early (<9 weeks) medical abortion using mifepristone with misoprostol results in non-inferior rates of clinical outcomes when compared with clinic-based provision of medical abortion. The ...

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Gastric Emptying After Tea With Milk in Pregnancy.

The study involves the allocation of either 250ml of water or 200ml of tea and 50ml of milk to fasted parturients, and assessment of gastric antrum CSA at intervals up to 2 hours. The study will be performed in patients with >34 weeks gestation at the antenatal clinic. The participants ...

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Probiotic on Prevention of GBS Vaginal Infection During Pregnancy

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC) guideline in 2010 recommends minimum of 4 hours of intrapartum antibiotics prophylaxis on GBS colonized pregnant women for preventing early-onset GBS infection of neonates. However, GBS-positive mothers who arrive at the labor floor and deliver in fewer than 4 hours is frequent, especially ...

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Treatment of Iron Deficiency Anaemia in Pregnancy Study

The burden of anaemia remains unacceptably high during pregnancy. Over a third of women are anaemic by their third trimester of pregnancy. The most common cause is iron deficiency. One key factor is rising iron requirements throughout pregnancy. There are risks associated with anaemia for the mother and infant. Anaemia ...

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PregSource: Crowdsourcing to Understand Pregnancy

The objective of PregSource: Crowdsourcing to Understand Pregnancy (PregSource) is: to better understand the range of physical and emotional experiences and alterations in behavior that women have during pregnancy and after giving birth, the impact of these experiences on women's lives, and the perinatal challenges encountered by special sub-populations of ...

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Future Foundation 2.0 Personal Responsibility Education Innovative Strategies (PREIS) Program

This study uses a randomized controlled trial (RCT) design to evaluate the impacts of the Future Foundation (FF) 2.0 Personal Responsibility Education Innovative Strategies (PREIS) program on reducing students' sexual activity (vaginal), recent risking sexual activity without condom use, and unprotected sex (no condoms/contraceptives). FF will implement the 2.0 PREIS ...

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Maternal Autoimmune Disease Research Alliance (MADRA) Registry

At each site, the patients will be under the care of the participating rheumatologist and their local obstetrician during the pregnancy. This is a natural-history study and will not include medications, laboratory testing, or procedures outside of the standard of care. Management of the rheumatologic disease will be directed based ...

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Coxsackie Virus in Pregnancy and Congenital Heart Disease

The investigator proposes that Coxsackievirus group B (CVB) infection in early pregnancy induces pathological changes in congenital heart defects. To test the hypothesis, it will be determined if the incidence of CVB infection in women with babies that are congenital heart defect-(CHD) affected pregnancies are higher than in control subjects. ...

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