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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

RCT of Laser Therapy for GSM

Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause (GSM) is the new terminology for "vulvovaginal (VVA)". Although women may present with some or all of the clinical signs and symptoms, the most common symptom of VVA/GSM is vaginal dryness. Vaginal dryness appears early at menopause with a subsequent increase of prevalence as postmenopausal years' ...

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The Role of the Gut Microbiota in Estrogen Metabolism and Dietary Flax as a Potential Modulator.

This pilot study will begin to address whether gut microbiota change with estrogen suppression. Specifically, the investigators will test whether gut microbial diversity and abundance change in response to estrogen suppression and consumption of dietary flaxseed. To test this possibility the investigators will recruit premenopausal women (age 20-40 years old)and ...

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Effect of Menopause Relief EP-40 in Women With Menopausal Symptoms

Due to the problems caused by Hormone Replacement Therapy with chemical entities, some medicinal plants used in the traditional systems of medicine have shown immense potential in non-hormonal treatment of menopausal symptoms without major adverse events. We hypothesize that Menopause Relief EP-40 (a fixed combination of Cimicifuga EP-40 and Rhodiola ...

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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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Hemodynamic and Salivary Responses of 12 Weeks of Training With Different Anti-hypertensive

Cardiovascular diseases are the leading causes of death and postmenopausal women. Physical exercise, in turn, is a strategy to reduce cardiovascular stress, by decreasing the blood pressure (BP) at rest and several risk factors associated with sedentary lifestyle, thus improving the quality and life expectancy of these women. However, different ...

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Multi-polar RF and PEMF for Treatment of Vaginal Laxity and Mons Pubis and Labia for Improvement of Skin Laxity

Traditional non-surgical treatments to treat vaginal looseness include Kegel exercises or pelvic floor therapy with electrical stimulation of the vaginal muscles to promote muscle strength but may not be all that effective. Surgery is also used to tighten the vaginal canal and reduce the size of the mons pubis and ...

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Injections of Autologous PRP in Women With Primary Ovarian Insufficiency

Premature ovarian failure is a loss of normal function before age 40, leading to infertility and hypoestrogenism. While POI is sometimes called premature menopause, it is not the same thing as menopause. Women with POI may still have occasional irregular periods and may even occasionally achieve a pregnancy. Symptoms of ...

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Influence of Early Menopause on Sympathetic Activation and Cardiovascular Function in Older Women

The current study is recruiting two groups of women aged between 60-70 years old; 1) women who had early natural/non-surgical menopause (age 40-44 yrs) and 2) women who had normal natural/non-surgical menopause (age 50-54). The investigators are recruiting women who do not have any cardiovascular disease, hypertension, diabetes, and other ...

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The Use of Pycnogenol to Alleviate Menopausal Symptoms Induced or Increased by Breast and Gynecological Cancer Treatments

This is a pilot study to test whether PYC can improve climacteric symptoms for women who have experienced either surgically or medically induced menopause as part of their treatment for breast or gynecologic cancers.

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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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