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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.

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Found (11) clinical trials

Birth Control Study

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The objectives of this study are to evaluate the contraceptive efficacy, vaginal bleeding pattern (cycle control), and the general safety and acceptability of the 15 mg estetrol (E4)/3 mg drospirenone (DRSP) combination in healthy women aged 16 to 50 years.

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Women's Health Research Ctr. is conducting a clinical research study of an investigational oral medication for birth control. Patient Inclusion Criteria: Females ages 18-40 years of age, sexually active, and have regular menstrual cycles are eligible for participation in a 12 month study for birth control. Patient Exclusion Criteria: Must ...

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Does Adding Oral Contraceptives to Fluoxetine Improve the Management of 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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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Labor and Delivery Implant Insertion: A Randomized Controlled Trial

A barrier to initiating progestin contraceptives in the early postpartum period is the concern of interference with breastfeeding, specifically lactogenesis. In this trial, the investigators aim to add to safety data on the effects of immediate insertion of the contraceptive implant on breastfeeding. The investigators seek to examine the time ...

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Comparing the Effects of Oral Contraceptive Pills Versus Metformin

The intervention will consist of randomizing subjects to one of three arms. Subjects will either be assigned to OCP + Placebo, Metformin + Placebo or OCP + Metformin. Metformin will be initiated in a step-up fashion on cycle day 1-3 of spontaneously or induced menses. Extended release pills will be ...

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Ovulation Incidence in Oral Contraceptive Users

Use of combined hormonal contraceptives (CHC) containing estrogen is associated with venous thromboembolic events. In an effort to decrease the risks of estrogen, the dose of ethinyl estradiol (EE) contained in combined oral contraceptive (COC) pills has decrease substantially from >100mcg to 20mcg. In 2012, a COC with only 10mcg ...

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Oral Contraceptive Pill Compared With Vitamin E in Women With Migraine

Rationale: The prevalence of migraine is three times higher in women than in men. Clinical and epidemiological studies suggest a prominent role for sex hormones in female migraine patients. Menstruation is an important factor increasing the susceptibility for an upcoming attack.1 Perimenstrual migraine attacks are also more disabling, longer lasting, ...

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