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Vaginal Infection Clinical Trials

A listing of Vaginal Infection 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 (33) clinical trials

Volunteers will receive compensation for time, travel and study-related medical care. Qualified participants may receive study medications and all study related care including physical examinations and laboratory services at no cost. No medical insurance is necessary to participate.

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If you are at least 18 years of age and have symptoms like thin off-white to gray discharge and an unpleasant odor, you may be eligible for a research study. Study offers labs, study-related care and investigational medication at no cost to you. Compensation for time and travel is available. ...

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"Vaginitis" (Bacterial Infection) is a medical term used to describe various conditions that cause infection or inflammation of the vagina. Vulvovaginitis refers to inflammation of both the vagina and vulva (the external female genitals). These conditions can result from a vaginal infection caused by organisms such as bacteria, yeast, or ...

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Most women mistake Bacterial Vaginosis for the common yeast infection. Although some symptoms of BV and Yeast Infections are similar - there are two distinct characteristics of BV - Discharge (thin, white-gray) and Unpleasant Odor. Patient Inclusion Criteria: If you are currently experiencing what you think are yeast infection symptoms, ...

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The goal of this study is to compare changes in the female genital tract in women diagnosed with bacterial vaginosis (BV) before and after treatment and to compare differences in the female genital tract in adolescent and adult women. Women with BV have an increased risk of acquiring HIV and ...

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Effects of a Vaginal Contraceptive Ring on Vaginal Microbiota and Local Immunity

To assess potential benefits associated with both intermittent (use for 3 weeks, remove for 1 week, as defined in the package insert) and continuous (use for 4 weeks, then replace) CVR use among women either with BV or at high risk for BV. The investigators will also recruit women who ...

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Treatment Comparison of Antibiotics Versus Vaginal Lactic Acid in Non-pregnant Women With Acute Symptomatic Bacterial Vaginosis

Background Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is the most common cause of vaginitis in women of childbearing age, with an estimated prevalence of 29% in the general population of women aged 14 to 49 years. Women with symptomatic BV may present with malodorous discharge that is off-white, thin, and homogenous and has ...

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Oral Metronidazole With Lactobacillus Vaginal Suppositories to Prevent Recurrence of Bacterial Vaginosis

Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is the most prevalent cause of symptomatic vaginal discharge in the U.S. and has been associated with complications including preterm delivery of infants, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), urinary tract infections (UTI) and acquisition/transmission of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) including human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Control of BV has ...

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Chlorhexidine Vaginal Cleansing Versus Iodine Prior to C-section and the Rate of Postoperative Infection

This prospective randomized single blinded controlled trial will be conducted at Makassed General Hospital between February 2018 and January 2019. All pregnant women who will undergo cesarean delivery and willing to sign the informed consent will be included. Total of 300 patients, 150 in each group, will be enrolled. Group ...

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Study to Assess Duration of Indwelling Catheter After Sacrocolpopexy

Objectives The objective of this study is to help identify the best practice regarding the use of indwelling catheter after minimally invasive urogynecologic surgery. Investigators propose a randomized controlled trial comparing the immediate removal of indwelling urethral catheter, after minimally invasive sacrocolpopexy, to the present standard catheter removal on post ...

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