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Contraception Clinical Trials

A listing of Contraception 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 (48) clinical trials

Right now, women’s health specialists at Medical Center for Clinical Research are conducting a research study for the FemBloc® Permanent Contraceptive System – an in-office procedure for permanent birth control that does not involve surgery or incisions for women who do not wish to become pregnant now or in the ...

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Right now, women's health specialists at Wake Research Associates are conducting a research study for the FemBloc® Permanent Contraceptive System - an in-office procedure for permanent birth control that does not involve surgery or incisions for women who do not wish to become pregnant now or in the future.

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Abnormal Uterine Bleeding and Progestin-only Contraceptives

The use of progestin-only methods of contraception has been increased obviously and progressively over the world in the last few years. Progestin-only contraception is an option for women in whom an estrogen-containing contraceptive is either contraindicated or causes additional health concerns. Progestogen-only pills are contraceptive pills that contain only synthetic ...

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Factors Predicting Ineffective Contraception Use

This is a randomized controlled trial with one intervention group (peer-specialist led telephone-based CBT) and an observation only control group. There will be 3 measurement periods: baseline (pre-intervention), 10-week follow-up (post-intervention) and 14-week follow up. There is also a 4-week, mid-intervention assessment of outcomes designed to assess if there is ...

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Family Planning Ahead

Family Planning Ahead is a study that aims to improve decision-making about postpartum contraception. Family Planning Ahead will test two different strategies: a patient decision aid and a patient information leaflet.

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Improving Reproductive Health for Women in Opioid Medication-Assisted Treatment (OMAT)

This study aims to develop a reproductive health intervention to support dual protection against STI/HIV and unintended pregnancy for women of child-bearing age in opioid medication-assisted treatment (OMAT). It will be conducted in two phases. The first formative phase will employ individual interviews and focus groups with women between the ...

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Early vs. Interval Postpartum IUD Insertion

The purpose of this study is to determine the proportion of IUDs inserted in the Early Postpartum (EPP) period that are expelled at 6 months postpartum. This prospective, multi-site randomized trial will enroll approximately 424 women at three large academic hospitals in the United States. Women will be recruited who ...

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Affecting the Epidemiology of HIV in Uganda

The investigators propose to develop a comprehensive, text messaging-based HIV prevention program for Ugandan adolescents 18-22 years of age. The guiding theoretical model is the Information-Motivation-Behavioral Skills (IMB) Model of HIV Preventive Behavior. Intervention development will be iterative: In Phase 1, the investigators will identify an intervention content "map." Then, ...

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Hormonal Contraceptive Health Education for Adolescent Males

Unintended pregnancy among adolescents is a significant public health issue and U.S. adolescents have one of the highest unintended pregnancy rates among industrialized nations. An estimated 9% of male adolescents becoming fathers by the time they are 20 years old. Over 14 million adolescents use emergency departments every year and ...

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Use of a Reproductive Life Planning Tool at the Pediatric Well-Baby Visit With Postpartum Women

Specific Aims Aim I. To determine if introducing a self-administered Reproductive Life Planning Tool (RLPT) with postpartum mothers during the 2-month WBV will increase the proportion of women receiving a well-woman primary care health visit by 6 months postpartum. Aim Ia. To determine if introducing a self-administered Reproductive Life Planning ...

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