Dysmenorrhea (Painful Periods) Clinical Trials

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Featured trial
Endometriosis

drug). This study will assess the dysmenorrhea (painful periods) response in participants with endometriosis and associated pain.

elagolix
combined oral contraceptives
dysmenorrhea
  • 0 views
  • 27 Jun, 2022
  • 1 location
Featured trial
Endometriosis

drug). This study will assess the dysmenorrhea (painful periods) response in participants with endometriosis and associated pain.

elagolix
combined oral contraceptives
dysmenorrhea
  • 36 views
  • 21 Apr, 2022
  • 1 location
A Phase 3b Study to Evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of Elagolix in Combination With Combined Oral Contraceptives in Premenopausal Women With Documented Endometriosis and Associated Moderate to Severe Pain

treatment drug). This study will assess the dysmenorrhea (painful periods) response in participants with endometriosis and associated pain. Elagolix is an approved drug for the management of moderate

elagolix
combined oral contraceptives
dysmenorrhea
endometriosis
  • 1355 views
  • 28 Oct, 2022
  • 119 locations
Ultrasound Evaluation Versus Direct Measurement of Uterine Cavity Length

To determine if uterine cavity length on transabdominal pelvic ultrasound corresponds to uterine cavity length at time of IUD insertion. If transabdominal pelvic ultrasound is validated as a tool for measuring uterine cavity length, it can be used to guide physicians and subsequently patients in IUD insertion planning.

insertion of intrauterine contraceptive device
uterine disease
transabdominal ultrasound
pelvic ultrasound
cavity
  • 205 views
  • 15 Mar, 2022
  • 1 location
Mechanistic Characterization of Uterine Pain (MCUP)

There are limited treatment options for management of dysmenorrhea, and the physiological processes they affect are not completely understood. For example, NSAIDs are effective in reducing menstrual pain in some women by inhibition of prostaglandin synthesis, but whether those effects are mediated by affecting contractility, perfusion, or hypoxemia is unknown. …

cramp
MRI Scan
pain relief
Accepts healthy volunteers
uterine pain
  • 148 views
  • 17 Jun, 2022
  • 1 location