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Contraception Clinical Trials

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


Found (100) clinical trials

Ovarian Function and Reserve Parameters After Discontinuation of Long-term Use of Oral Contraception

Background Hormonal contraception is widely used among women worldwide; 50-89% of all women in the Western countries use oral contraception at some point in their lives. Oral contraceptives (OC) suppress the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis through a negative feedback of ethinyl estradiol and progestins and thereby potentially influence the markers of ovarian ...

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Levonorgestrel-releasing Intrauterine System Versus a Low-dose Combined Oral Contraceptive for Management of Adenomyosis Uteri

Levonorgestrel releasing intrauterine device will be MetraPlant-E, which is used in this study in group A, is a modified Levonorgestrel -releasing intrauterine system from the old IUD - Intrauterine Device "Metraplant", MetraPlant-E design has a T-shaped frame containing Levonorgestrel and Ethylene Vinyl Acetate as well as Barium Sulphate to make ...

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A Study to Compare the Menstrual Bleeding Profile Among Jaydess and Copper Intrauterine Device (IUD) Users. COLIBRI STUDY (Copper and Levonorgestrel IUD Barcelona Research Initiative).

The intrauterine device (IUD) is a long-term birth control method that has demonstrated high contraceptive efficacy and effectiveness due to its high compliance, adherence and persistence of use. The IUD has a global prevalence rate around 14% in women of reproductive age. Side effects are the main reason for IUD ...


Oral Contraceptive Therapy and Sexuality

Primary study objective Evaluation, in a sample of female outpatient subjects, of the effect of oral contraceptives (OCs) on sexual function and distress, evaluated with the FSFI (Female Sexual Function Index) and FSDS (Female Sexual Distress Scale Revised) questionnaires and through clitoris artery hemodynamic parameters. Secondary study objectives Evaluation, in ...


Combined Oral Contraceptives and Fluoxetine Versus Combined Oral Contraceptives in Severe Premenstrual Syndrome

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) manifests with distressing physical, behavioral and psychological symptoms, in the absence of organic or underlying psychiatric disease, which regularly recur during luteal phase of each menstrual cycle and disappear or significantly improve by the end of menstruation. Approximately 85-90 % of women may experience premenstrual emotional and ...


The Effect of Cyclofem for the Treatment of Irregular Uterine Bleeding in Implant Contraceptive Users

Stratified randomization Implanon and Jadelle group were done using block randomization. The participants and investigators were blinded to treatment allocation, using drug coding that not revealed until the end of study. Research assistants and nurse who did not have involve in analyses data would follow the recruitment criteria and drug ...


Patient-ventilator Asynchrony During Noninvasive Ventilation Assessed Using Diaphragm Ultrasonography

Fifteen healthy subjects under non-invasive ventilation will be have a recording of surface electromyogram, measurements of airway flows and pressures as well as a continuous ultrasound. The provocation of leaks on the Ventilation circuit and expiratory trigger modulation will generate a number of asynchronies between the subject and the respirator. ...

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Synthetic vs Natural Estrogen in Combined Oral Contraception

The main objective of the study is to compare the metabolic effects of natural estradiol and synthetic ethinylestradiol used in combined oral contraception in healthy women. A progestin-only preparation will be used in comparison. The main goal is to study the effects on glucose metabolism, coagulation and a markers of ...


Integrating Family Planning With Immunization to Improve Maternal and Child Health

Study hypothesis: Contraceptive Prevalence Rate will increase up to 20% from the baseline to end line survey in the intervention area .Contraceptive Prevalence Rate will increase by 5% between baseline and end line survey in the control area. Ethics approval: The study has been approved by Population Services International Research ...

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Continuous Versus Cyclic Use of Oral Contraceptive Pills in Adolescents

Oral contraceptive pills have traditionally been prescribed in a cyclical manner, where there are 21-24 days of active pills and 4-7 days of placebo pills or a pill-free interval, creating a 28-day cycle. It has now been proven that as long as a woman has both estrogen and progesterone, her ...