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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 (75) clinical trials

Contraceptive Efficacy Tolerance and Acceptability of a Benzalkonium Chloride Spermicide Cream In Women Aged Over 40 Years of Age

Not all contraceptive methods are appropriate for all situations, and the most appropriate method of birth control depends on the woman's overall health, her age, the frequency of her sexual activity, her sexual partners, her desire to have children in the future, and personal or family history of certain diseases. ...

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Sayana Press Extension Study

This is a randomized, partially-blinded, multi-center, parallel-group study to evaluate the effectiveness, PK, safety, and acceptability of Sayana Press when injected every 4 months (17-18 weeks) rather than the currently prescribed 3-month (12-14 weeks) regimen. A total of 750 healthy, sexually active women aged 18 to 35 years with regular ...

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Interscalene Block Versus Combined Supraprascapular: Axillary Nerve Blocks

The interscalene block provides effective analgesia after shoulder surgery. It consists of injecting local anaesthetic within the brachial plexus, in the interscalene groove, between the anterior and middle scalene muscles. Unfortunately, this technique is associated with respiratory complications such as hemidiaphragmatic paresis due to the spread of the local anaesthetic ...

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PostPlacental IUD Insertion

The immediate post cesarean section IUD insertion is a further step towards spreading more compliance to females in developing countries, with rapid increase in population size

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How DHEA Supplements Affect Coagulation in Women Using Birth Control Pills

While the pro-thrombotic effects of estrogens are well established in women using combined oral contraception (COC), controversy exists over whether the various synthetic progestogens (progestins) used in combination with ethinyl estradiol in COC formulations may modify the risk of venous thromboembolism (VTE). Several studies have demonstrated that different types of ...

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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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The Effect of Early Versus Traditional Follow-Up on Breastfeeding Rates at 6 Months

This study is a non-blinded randomized controlled trial with intent to treat analysis intended to determine whether early (2-3 weeks postpartum-experimental arm) versus traditional (6-8 weeks postpartum-control arm) follow up increases breastfeeding rates at 6 months' postpartum. For purposes of this study, breastfeeding will be defined as any breast milk ...

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The Effects of the Female Hormones on Cerebral Perfusion

Measuring brain perfusion is biased by a inter- and intrasubject variability, caused by physiological and lifestyle factors. In this study, the investigators want to investigate the variations in cerebral perfusion and other brain parameters (grey matter, resting-state brain activity, brain connectivity and white matter diffusion) caused by the female sex ...

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The Share Health Study: Teen Social Connections and Health

Teen pregnancy results from sexually active adolescents' under-use of effective contraception. The most effective reversible methods - intrauterine devices (IUDs) and subdermal contraceptive implants, collectively referred to as long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) - have low rates of use among adolescents. Social networks are important influences on teen contraceptive knowledge and ...

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Study Assessing the Reduction of Pain Felt During Installation Intra- Uterine Device by Direct Technique

Intrauterine devices (IUDs) are contraceptive methods of long-acting (from 3 to 10 years depending on the model) and among the most effective. However, there are many obstacles to the use of IUDs including pain felt by patients during installation. Several medical means were studied without evidence of their efficacy in ...

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