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Menstruation Clinical Trials

A listing of Menstruation 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 (40) clinical trials

Are You Currently Experiencing Heavy Menstrual Bleeding? Wake Research is enrolling volunteers in a research study testing the safety and effectiveness of an investigational drug for women with heavy menstrual bleeding.  

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Are Heavy Periods “Cramping” Your Lifestyle? Want A New Option? ClinSearch is enrolling participants in a clinical research study of a hormone-releasing IUD for very heavy bleeding during women’s periods.  

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Are you currently experiencing Heavy Menstrual Bleeding? Medical Research Center of Memphis is enrolling volunteers in a research study testing the safety and effectiveness of an investigational drug for women with Heavy Menstrual Bleeding.  

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Do you have very heavy periods? Mount Vernon Clinical Research in Atlanta is seeking volunteers to evaluate an Intrauterine Device (IUD) that is already on the market in the US and is FDA approved for use as a contraceptive.  

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This study is being done to evaluate if Liletta®, an IUS (hormonal intrauterine system) is a safe and effective treatment for women with very heavy menstrual bleeding. Participants will need to come to the clinic for 8 study visits. Study procedures will be provided at no cost, including blood tests, ...

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The study gathers information about a new medical device that has been developed to perform endometrial ablations. Women who suffer from excessive menstrual bleeding are randomized to the new device or a control device used to perform the endometrial ablation. Patients are followed for 3 years after the procedure.

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Patients who are planning to have an endometrial ablation are randomized to one of two methods for performing endometrial ablation. Six months after the procedure, the physician examines the uterus to note whatever changes have occurred.

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Inherited Reproductive Disorders

The key initiating factors for reproductive development remain among the great mysteries of pediatric and reproductive endocrinology. The onset of puberty is initiated by pulsatile secretion of gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) from the hypothalamus. The neuroendocrine events leading to increased GnRH secretion and the resultant onset of puberty remain largely unknown. ...

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Ultrasound Characterization of Ovarian Follicle Dynamics in Women With Amenorrhea

In the ovaries, eggs rest in fluid filled sacs called follicles. When follicles grow they form small fluid-filled cysts that can be easily seen when we use ultrasound to view the ovaries. In women with regular menstrual cycles, groups of 10 to 20 follicles grow and regress at 2 or ...

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A Study Run at Multiple Study Sites to Test Whether the SAMANTA Questionnaire That is Used to Diagnose Heavy Menstrual Bleeding (HMB) Can Also be Used to Assess Changes of Severity of HMB in Women With HMB Who Are Treated During 12 Months With a Chronic Hormonal Treatment

A study run at multiple study sites in Spain to test whether the SAMANTA questionnaire that is used to diagnose heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB), can also be used to assess changes of severity of HMB in women with HMB who are treated during 12 months with a chronic hormonal treatment. ...

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