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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 (39) clinical trials

Birth Control Study

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The AMPOWER Study is testing Amphora, a new, investigational, non-hormonal form of birth control that is to be used up to 1 hour before sex.

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Northern California Research is currently enrolling participants for a birth control study. The purpose of this study is to assess the effectiveness of a new form of birth control in preventing pregnancy. The study medication is a new, non-hormonal, birth control designed to maintain the pH of the vagina and ...

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A SINGLE-ARM, PHASE III, OPEN-LABEL, MULTICENTER, STUDY IN WOMEN AGED 18-35 YEARS OF THE CONTRACEPTIVE EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF AMPHORA® CONTRACEPTIVE VAGINAL GEL (AMPOWER)

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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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The AMPOWER study is testing the safety and effectiveness of Amphora®, a new, investigational, non-hormonal form of birth control that is to be used up to 1 hour before sex. The birth control is believed to work by maintaining the pH of the vagina in order to prevent sperm mobility ...

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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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The AMPOWER study is testing the safety and effectiveness of Amphora®, a new, investigational, non-hormonal form of birth control that is to be used up to 1 hour before sex. The birth control is believed to work by maintaining the pH of the vagina in order to prevent sperm mobility ...

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

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Continuous Versus Cyclic Use of Oral Contraceptive Pills in Adolescents

Oral contraceptive pills have traditionally been prescribed in a cyclical manner, where there are 21-24 days of active pills and 4-7 days of placebo pills or a pill-free interval, creating a 28-day cycle. It has now been proven that as long as a woman has both estrogen and progesterone, her ...

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