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Reproductive Health Clinical Trials

A listing of Reproductive Health medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (15) clinical trials

Reproductive Health Outcomes by Method of Breast Milk Feeding

Women will be recruited for this study during routine prenatal care. Interested and eligible participants will undergo an informed consent process. After, participants will answer questions regarding demographic information, medical history, obstetric and reproductive history, previous lactation history, and the Infant Feeding Intentions questionnaire. Participants who are eligible after the ...

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Reproductive Axis Maturation in the Early Post-Menarchal Years

The broad goal of these studies is to determine the physiologic and pathophysiologic underpinnings of irregular menstrual cycles among adolescents in the early post-menarchal period. Irregular menstruation affects > 2.5 million reproductive-age women in the US each year1. Most adult women with oligomenorrhea of unknown etiology reporting symptoms dating back ...

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Newborns From Patients Treated With ART (Assisted Reproductive Technology)

Since the last twenty years, thousands of babies were born from infertile couples treated in our center. However, the short, and especially the long term prognosis of these children were barely known. Since last decade, Clinical Reproductive Medicine Management System/Electronic Medical Record Cohort Database (CCRM/EMRCD) has been used in Reproductive ...

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Personal Responsibility Education Program Innovative Strategies: Digital Initiative for Youth

The Digital Initiative for Youth (DIY) is an innovative, youth-centered, digital intervention that aims to improve the health and well-being of adolescents ages 13-19 in Fresno County, California. In particular, it will address the needs of homeless and unstably housed youth, youth of color, sexual minority youth, and Native American ...

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The Effect of Periconceptional Phthalates Exposure on Couples' Reproductive Health

The study is a prospective cohort study, and its subjects are childbearing couples who are seeking assisted reproductive technologies for having a baby in the reproductive center in Tongji Hospital. All enrolled couples will be needed to sign an informed consent and complete a questionnaire for collecting information about demographics, ...

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