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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.


Found (25) clinical trials

Clinical Study on Auricular Points Sticking Plus Chinese Medication for Hot Flashes in Breast Cancer Women

Patients and Methods A randomized controlled trial is conducted by comparing effectiveness of sticking and massaging auricular points relieving hot flashes in women with breast cancer versus placebo auricular points. A total of 92 women(still recuiting) with breast cancer, who were under hormonal therapy were randomly assigned and the allocation ...

Phase N/A

Investigating Magnesium Glycinate in Structure/Function Role of Hot Flashes.

Hot flashes are one of the most common symptoms that are experienced in women during perimenopause, menopause, and as a result of treatment of cancer such as breast cancer. Hot flashes, also known as vasomotor symptoms (VMS) may decrease a woman's quality of life due to discomfort, disruption of daily ...

Phase N/A

Stellate Ganglion Blockade in Post-Menopausal Women

Scope Post-menopausal women with moderate to severe VMS will be enrolled as participants in this study. Specific Goals and Objectives: Primary Objective To determine the effect of SGB for reducing frequency and intensity of menopausal VMS. Hypothesis 1a. Seven-day mean frequency of VMS will be lower in women randomized to ...


Validation of an Objective Instrument to Measure Hot Flashes During Menopause

Using iButton technology as an objective instrument to measure hot flash dynamics, the investigators will validate the technology in 12 perimenopausal women ages 45-60 y and BMI 18.5-40 kg/m2 who experience greater than or equal to 4 hot flashes per day. First, the investigators will validate the iButton technology against ...

Phase N/A

A Mind-Body Intervention for Hot Flash Management

This randomized, two arm clinical trial will evaluate the efficacy of self-administered hypnosis for the treatment of hot flashes in postmenopausal women using a 1:1 randomization schedule. Primary Objective To evaluate the efficacy of the self-administered hypnosis intervention for hot flashes compared to the self-administered white noise hypnosis. Hypothesis 1: ...

Phase N/A