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Birth Control Clinical Trials

A listing of Birth Control 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 (50) clinical trials

Consider a research study for uterine fibroids. The Asteroid Studies are research studies evaluating the safety and effectiveness of an investigational oral medication for uterine fibroids.

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We are currently offering an open-label study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of a combination oral contraceptive regimen for the prevention of pregnancy in women. Give us a call or email to see if you qualify.

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Currently we have the following studies: Birth Control/ Contraceptive Vaginal Atrophy Pain During Intercourse Dysplasia Endometriosis Pap Smear Mammogram Bone Density Osteoporosis Nocturia Uterine Fibroids Uterine Bleeding Post Menopausal Studies HPV STD Hot Flashes

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Birth control is any method used to prevent pregnancy. There are many different methods of birth control. This particular method of contraception is a small patch that sticks to your skin to prevent pregnancy.

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HWC Women's Research Center is conducting a clinical research study of an investigational birth control. You may qualify for: No-cost birth control Study-related care Reimbursement for time and travel

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Do you use Mirena®? Adams Patterson is enrolling volunteers in a study of extended use of the Mirena® device.

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You may be able to take part in the AMPOWER study if you meet the necessary criteria for participation. If you: • are between 18 and 35 years of age • are sexually active, at risk of pregnancy, and desiring contraception • have been in a steady relationship with the ...

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To study the efficacy and safety of Amphora contraceptive vaginal gel in women aged 18-35

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Integrating Family Planning With Immunization to Improve Maternal and Child Health

Study hypothesis: Contraceptive Prevalence Rate will increase up to 20% from the baseline to end line survey in the intervention area .Contraceptive Prevalence Rate will increase by 5% between baseline and end line survey in the control area. Ethics approval: The study has been approved by Population Services International Research ...

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European Active Surveillance Study of LCS12

Intrauterine contraceptive methods, such as Mirena and copper IUDs, have a high contraceptive efficacy. LCS12 is a new intrauterine system which, like Mirena, contains levonorgestrel (LNG), but the T-body dimensions and insertion tube diameter of LCS12 are smaller. Because there is a lack of comparative data between LCS12 and other ...

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