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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 (79) clinical trials

Effectiveness of Prolonged Use of IUD/Implant for Contraception

This prospective cohort study will evaluate 675 LNG-IUD users and 675 Etonogestrel (ENG) Implant users who are within 6 months of expiration or beyond the end of the FDA-approved duration. Participants will be contacted via telephone and either scheduled to enroll in person or be mailed the consent form before ...

Phase

Patient-ventilator Asynchrony During Noninvasive Ventilation Assessed Using Diaphragm Ultrasonography

Fifteen healthy subjects under non-invasive ventilation will be have a recording of surface electromyogram, measurements of airway flows and pressures as well as a continuous ultrasound. The provocation of leaks on the Ventilation circuit and expiratory trigger modulation will generate a number of asynchronies between the subject and the respirator. ...

Phase N/A

Synthetic vs Natural Estrogen in Combined Oral Contraception

The main objective of the study is to compare the metabolic effects of natural estradiol and synthetic ethinylestradiol used in combined oral contraception in healthy women. A progestin-only preparation will be used in comparison. The main goal is to study the effects on glucose metabolism, coagulation and a markers of ...

Phase

Injectable DMAU for Male Contraception in Healthy Male Volunteers (CCN015)

This single dose, dose-ranging study will be conducted in two centers: the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and the University of Washington. Single doses of DMAU in castor oil/benzyl benzoate injections intramuscularly (IM) (80 mg, 240 mg, 480 mg, and 800 mg) or administered subcutaneously (SC) ...

Phase

Immediate Postpartum Contraceptive Implant Placement and Breastfeeding Success in Women at Risk for Low Milk Supply: A Non-inferiority Trial

Immediate postpartum initiation of the etonogestrel contraceptive implant has been proven to decrease rates of rapid, repeat pregnancies. Evidence supports that in healthy women with term infants initiation of the contraceptive implant 1-3 days postpartum does not appear to have any adverse effects on lactogenesis or breastfeeding continuation. However, no ...

Phase

This Study Tests in Healthy Korean Women Which Effects BI 409306 and a Birth-control Pill Have on Each Other

The primary objective of this trial is to investigate the effect of multiple doses of ethinylestradiol / levonorgestrel (Microgynon®) on single dose pharmacokinetics of BI 409306 and the effect of single dose of BI 409306 on multiple dose pharmacokinetics of ethinylestradiol / levonorgestrel (Microgynon®)

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Pilot Bi-Lateral Tubal Occlusion Trial for Female Permanent Contraception

Prospective, multi-center, pilot study of subjects undergoing the FemBloc Permanent Contraceptive System procedure to be conducted at up to 5 sites in the U.S. enrolling up to 50 subjects total. The objective of the trial is to evaluate the safety of the FemBloc Permanent Contraceptive System for female sterilization in ...

Phase N/A

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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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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KYleena Satisfaction Study / Observational Study on User Satisfaction With the Levonorgestrel Intrauterine Delivery System Kyleena (LNG-IUS 12) in New Contraceptive Users and After Switching From Another Contraceptive Method

The main goal of this non-interventional study (NIS) is to evaluate user satisfaction with Kyleena in a real-life setting and to identify factors which influence user satisfaction, taking into account previously used contraceptive methods and reasons for use of Kyleena.

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