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Hot Flash Clinical Trials

A listing of Hot Flash 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 (25) clinical trials

Are you a woman experiencing menopause? If so you may be facing the unpleasant symptoms of hot flashes and night sweats. These are some of the symptoms of menopause that pharmaceutical companies are trying to specifically find treatments for. Horizons Clinical Research Center, LLC often conducts studies for these new ...

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Hot flashes are the most frequent symptom of menopause and may be related to changes in circulation. Hot flashes occur when the blood vessels near the skin's surface dilate to cool. They may be accompanied by a red, flushed face; sweating; rapid heart rate; and chills. The severity and duration ...

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Clinical Research of Philadelphia is conducting a clinical research study of an investigational non-hormonal medication for hot flashes. Qualified participants may receive study related exams and study medication. Women 45 to 65 who have not had a period for at least six months and who experience hot flashes may qualify. ...

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Currently we have the following studies: Birth Control/ Contraceptive Vaginal Atrophy Pain During Intercourse Dysplasia Endometriosis Pap Smear Mammogram Bone Density Osteoporosis Nocturia Uterine Fibroids Uterine Bleeding Post Menopausal Studies HPV STD Hot Flashes

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If so, you may be eligible to participate in a clinical research study to test the safety and effectiveness of an investigational medication, which is taken by mouth, in women who are experiencing moderate to severe vasomotor symptoms, commonly called hot flashes, associated with menopause. Give us a call or ...

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A research study is evaluating an investigational medication for hot flashes (vasomotor symptoms) in menopausal or postmenopausal women. This research study may be an option if you:  • Are 41 years of age or older • Experience at least 7 hot flashes daily, or at least 50 per week • ...

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This research study may be an option if you:  Are 41 years of age or older Are undergoing tamoxifen treatment (20 mg once daily) for at least 60 days Experience at least 7 hot flashes daily, or at least 50 per week Are willing to stop use of estrogen-containing products ...

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Desvenlafaxine for Treatment of Hot Flashes in Women With Breast Cancer Taking Tamoxifen

This study is a randomized, placebo-controlled study of desvenlafaxine versus placebo. The purpose of this study is to determine if desvenlafaxine was effective in decreasing the frequency and severity of hot flashes in breast cancer patients taking tamoxifen.

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FP-101 for the Treatment of Hot Flashes in Postmenopausal Women

Vasomotor symptoms, commonly known as hot flashes or hot flushes, are the most common symptoms experienced by women who are perimenopausal or postmenopausal. FP-101 is postulated to mediate one of the mechanisms thought to drive hot flashes in post-menopausal women. This study will evaluate the efficacy and safety of FP-101 ...

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Solifenacin Compared to Clonidine for Reducing Hot Flashes Among Breast Cancer Patients

There has been considerable interest in developing new treatment strategies for managing hot flashes among women with breast cancer, in view of the limitations associated with currently available treatments. This randomized study evaluates the safety and efficacy of 3 weeks of solifenacin compared to 3 weeks of clonidine, for women ...

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