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Menopause Clinical Trials

A listing of Menopause 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 (40) clinical trials

Role of Progesterone in Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder in Menopausal Women

Steroid hormones play fundamental roles in sexual behaviour. Sexual activity is related to hormone concentrations and ovulation in women. Women's sexuality, unlike that of most mammals, is not solely defined by sexual receptivity during the short window of fertility. Women are also prone to initiate luteal-phase sex when serum levels ...

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Evaluation of the Effect of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) in Postmenopausal Women

Introduction: Menopause is the last menstrual period, it is a natural phenomenon to all women. Postmenopausal, some women may experience unpleasant symptoms such as hot flushes, urogenital pain, headache and pains in the musculoskeletal system. That happens due to the decreased ovarian hormone secretion and changes in the autonomic system. ...

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A Double-Blind Study to Evaluate the Effect of Femarelle on Menopausal on Vasomotor Symptoms

Symptomatic menopausal women will be divided to treatment with Femarelle or placebo for 12 weeks after two weeks of baseline record. Hot flashes daily diary will be recorded daily and a quality of life questionnaire will be filled at the beginning and at completion of the study.

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Clinical Trial to Evaluate the Efficacy of FITOGYN Versus Placebo on the Vasomotor Symptomatology Associated With Menopause

One of the most significant problems for assessing treatment of hot flushes is the placebo effect. A Phase IV study with an innovative design, intended to additionally assess such effect, is reported. The efficacy of Fitogyn for the treatment of hot flushes in menopausal women with moderate symptoms will be ...

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Estrogen and Perimenopausal Depression

During perimenopause (the time just prior to menopause), women often notice many biological, psychological, and social changes. In particular, some women experience depressive symptoms during perimenopause that are severe enough to warrant antidepressant medication. Whether or not women with perimenopausal depression respond to antidepressant medication may depend on the level ...

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Estrogen Modulation of Mood and Cognition Following Monoaminergic Depletion in Post-Menopausal Women

This study will examine whether estrogen administration in postmenopausal women can alter the response to changes in brain chemistry brought about by dietary manipulation. Women who are recently menopausal (50-60 yrs. of age) and over 20 years postmenopausal (>70 yrs. of age) will take estrogen or placebo for three months. ...

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Brown Adipose Tissue Activity in Pre- and Postmenopausal Women

Participants will be asked to perform studies to measure resting metabolic rate and activity of brown adipose tissue or brown fat. Brown fat is different from regular "white fat" in that it produces heat and burns calories. The investigators will measure how active brown fat is at normal room temperature ...

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The Effects of Lateralized Thermal Sleepwear on Sleep Skin Temperature and Skin Moisture in Menopausal Women

Sixteen menopausal women who have given informed consent to participate will be medically screened to rule out physiological sleep disorders. Sleep schedules will be regulated to the average bedtime of a two-week baseline sleep log. Subjects will undergo two two-night, home-based monitoring phases, one an experimental and one a control ...

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Menopause Effects on Vascular Function

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in women (Roger, Go, Lloyd, Adams, Berry, Brown, et al, 2011). Functional changes in the microvasculature occur with aging and precede atherosclerosis, contributing to CVD (Seals, Jablonski, & Donato, 2011). Furthermore, because of the decline in ovarian hormones during menopause, age-related ...

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Vaginal Progesterone Versus Placebo for the Treatment of Vaginal Atrophy

Introduction Atrophic vaginitis is a condition that affects the majority of postmenopausal women. It is characterized by dryness and inflammation of the vagina, with thinning of the vaginal tissues. Atrophic vaginitis is caused by the decreased effect of estrogens post menopause. This condition becomes more significant over time, as systemic ...

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