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Menstruation Clinical Trials

A listing of Menstruation 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 (12) clinical trials

Ultrasound Characterization of Ovarian Follicle Dynamics in Women With Amenorrhea

In the ovaries, eggs rest in fluid filled sacs called follicles. When follicles grow they form small fluid-filled cysts that can be easily seen when we use ultrasound to view the ovaries. In women with regular menstrual cycles, groups of 10 to 20 follicles grow and regress at 2 or ...

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Cooperative Adenomyosis Network

5000 women diagnosed of Adenomyosis(AM) with pathology, transvaginal ultrasonography or magnetic resonance imageMRIwill be enrolled from nationwide multicenters. The investigators would build up Network platform, and database with the registered data within 6 months. 30-month follow-up with an interval of at least once every 6 months will be done for ...

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Menorrhagia Dysmenorrhea and Iron Deficiency Among Young Women Soldiers and Effect on Activity

As combat women soldiers are required to more intensive daily activity the investigators believe that the impact of menorrhagia, dysmenorrhea and its clinical consequence (as characterized by, anemia iron deficiency and reduced quality of life)) on personal performance will be more significant in combat women soldiers compared to non-combat women ...

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Comparative Study of Menstrual Blood and Systemic Blood

The purpose is to investigate how menstrual blood differs from systemic blood to evaluate if menstrual blood could be utilized as a natural and non-invasive access to blood for regular health monitoring and early diagnostics.

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A Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Essure Post-NovaSure Radiofrequency Endometrial Ablation Procedure Following a Successful Essure Confirmation Test

This study has previously been posted by Conceptus, Inc. After acquiring Conceptus, Inc., Bayer is now the sponsor of the trial.

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The Women's Health Study: From Adolescence to Adulthood

In order to learn more about women's health issues that occur over the lifespan, the Women's Health Study: from Adolescence to Adulthood is building a biorepository and database. The biorepository collects, processes and stores samples (such as urine, saliva, blood, cells, tissue and peritoneal fluid) until they are needed for ...

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Inherited Reproductive Disorders

The key initiating factors for reproductive development remain among the great mysteries of pediatric and reproductive endocrinology. The onset of puberty is initiated by pulsatile secretion of gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) from the hypothalamus. The neuroendocrine events leading to increased GnRH secretion and the resultant onset of puberty remain largely unknown. ...

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Hormonal Regulation of Puberty and Fertility

The key initiating factors for reproductive development remain among the great mysteries of pediatric and reproductive endocrinology. The onset of puberty is initiated by pulsatile secretion of gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) from the hypothalamus. GnRH secretion is fully active during the neonatal period, quiescent throughout most of childhood, and is reactivated ...

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Ultrasound Appearance of the Endometrium Post Radio-Frequency Ablation

Heavy and irregular menses affects 9-14% of gynecologic patients. Surgical can be employed intervention is sought when medical management fails. Endometrial ablation or desiccation of the endometrium using minimally invasive instruments has been utilized in this scenario. The current mainstay intervention is non-resectoscopic radio frequency ablation. These procedures have high ...

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Quality of Life in Premenopausal Women With Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

Women who were admitted and treated for HMB were asked to participate in this comparative study. Women were eligible for entry if they had self-described heavy menstrual bleeding, had a regular cycle, had completed their family and were 40-50 years old at initial assessment. After a thorough physical examination and ...

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