Last updated on June 2010

Evaluation of Safety/Efficacy of Diagnostic Skin Test Panel and Desensitization Hormone Kit for Treatment of Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

Brief description of study

The EVE-PMS technology is intended for determination of intolerance or sensitivity to sex hormones, among women suffering from severe PreMenstrual Syndrome (PMS) and desensitizes them with the relevant sex hormones in order to reduce PMS symptoms. The system includes skin testing panel for identification of hormones to which the patients might be sensitive. Tests are applied close to the ovulation period and the skin reaction is examined in 20 minutes, 48 hours and daily during the following month. Results of skin tests and patient's history will determine the eligibility of the patients to enter a desensitization protocol. During the desensitization period hormones to which the patient were found sensitive to, are injected intradermally three times (once a month) within the luteal phase in increasing doses. The end-point of the study is a statistically significant decrease, or elimination of PMS symptoms, compared to a solvent group.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT00873262

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Shmuel Kivity, Prof.

Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center
Tel Aviv, Israel
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Recruitment Status: Open

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