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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.

Found (35) clinical trials

Study of a Levonorgestrel 52 mg Intrauterine System for the Treatment of Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

This study is a multicenter, open-label, evaluation of the efficacy and safety of LNG20 IUS for treatment of heavy menstrual bleeding.


Effects of Resistance Training on Substrate Metabolism During the Menstrual Cycle

Based on the literature the investigators hypothesize an increase in fat oxidation in early follicular phase(EFP) and late follicular phase (LFP) when compared to early luteal phase (ELP) and late luteal phase (LLP). Given the lack of research in exercise and menstrual cycle especially in resistance training - results are …

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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 of Women Receiving Standard of Care (SOC) for the Treatment of Pelvic Pain Due to Suspected or Confirmed Endometriosis and the Impact on the Disease or Symptom Progression.

This study will describe historic, current, and evolving treatment pathways, treatments, and interventions in women with a suspected or confirmed diagnosis of endometriosis in order to better understand the impact of early intervention on the disease or its symptoms. Length of treatment is dependent on standard of care treatment provided …

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Efficiency of Lina LibrataTM System

Menometrorrhagia is the first cause of consultation in gynecology. Etiology of menometrorrhagia is varied, but in majority of cases no underlying pathology is found, they are said functional idiopathic menometrorrhagia . In case of failure of medical treatment, for women who do not wish to preserve reproduction possibilities, a surgical …

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RAMBLE - Rivaroxaban vs. Apixaban for Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

Heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB) complicates the treatment of approximately 9-25% of patients treated with orally administered anti-Xa anticoagulants for venous thromboembolism (VTE, including either pulmonary embolism or deep vein thrombosis). In particular, recent evidence has suggested an increase in length and severity of menstrual bleeding for women treated with rivaroxaban, …


Chronic Pain Risk Associated With Menstrual Period Pain

Endometrial shedding during the menstrual cycle elicits profound changes in neuronal activity and cytokines producing moderate to severe pelvic pain in more than 20% of reproductive-age women. One out of every five of those women in turn will develop chronic pelvic pain (CPP), yet women without dysmenorrhea rarely report CPP. …


The Comparison of Efficacy of Manual Acupuncture and Laser Acupuncture on Autonomic Nervous Activity and Quality of Life in Women With Dysmenorrhea.

Background 1.1 The prevalence and mechanism of dysmenorrhea Dysmenorrhea is a troubling problem affect more than 50% reproductive-aged women and affect females' quality of life is not only physical but also psychologic aspects. It costs a lot of health, social and economic burden. The symptom is characterized by cramping pain …

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Examining the Role of Improved NSAID Management in Treating Dysmenorrhea and Bladder Pain

The goal of this study is to see if optimized use of naproxen for treatment of dysmenorrhea will improve pain report from baseline. In addition, we will determine whether cross-organ influences from the uterus on bladder pain sensitivity change from baseline after reduced menstrual pain experience over six months. Finally, …


Mechanistic Characterization of Uterine Pain

Due to a lack of noninvasive tools to study uterine physiology, the root causes of menstrual cramping pain within primary dysmenorrhea and secondary dysmenorrhea (leiomyoma, endometriosis, adenomyosis) remain unknown. This pain does not respond to typical over-the-counter anti-inflammatories in 15% of women and is a leading risk factor for developing …