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Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding Clinical Trials

A listing of Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding 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 (5) clinical trials

Do heavy periods assocaited with uterine fibroids affect you? Uterine fibroids symptoms can affect woman, anytime, anywhere. If you're at least 20 years old and have heavy periods associated uterine fibroids, you may qualify for this oral investigational medication research study. As a participant, you will receive all study-related care ...

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Acceptability and Tolerance of Hysteroscopy and Hysterosonography in Consultation

Menorrhagia is frequent and occur in 11 to 13 % of the general population. It accounts for 20% of the gynecological consultations and tends to increase with age. It can be the first symptom of a mild uterine disease or cancer (cervical or endometrial), especially if the patient is older. ...

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CavatermTM vs TCRE in Women With DUB

Study success will be defined as reduction of uterine bleeding evaluated by number of patients obtaining amenorrhea, hypomenorrhea or eumenorrhea quantified by PBLAC<75.

Phase

Cooperative Adenomyosis Network

5000 women diagnosed of Adenomyosis(AM) with pathology, transvaginal ultrasonography or magnetic resonance imageMRIwill be enrolled from nationwide multicenters. The investigators would build up Network platform, and database with the registered data within 6 months. 30-month follow-up with an interval of at least once every 6 months will be done for ...

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Stopping Heavy Periods Project

This study is a randomized clinical trial comparing the levonorgestrel intrauterine system (LNG-IUS) to combined oral contraceptives (COCs) for treatment of heavy menstrual bleeding. This study is designed to be conducted within the context of a patient's standard/usual/typical care from their primary gynecologic care provider. We hypothesize that, compared to ...

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