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Hypogonadism Clinical Trials

A listing of Hypogonadism 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 (36) clinical trials

Neuropeptides in Human Reproduction

The investigators are seeking healthy volunteers and volunteers with reproductive disorders for the study of the role of dynorphin in the reproductive system. Dynorphin is a naturally occurring opioid hormone that is blocked by naloxone. We hypothesize that naloxone, by blocking dynorphin, will stimulate production of GnRH and kisspeptin, 2 ...

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Elucidating Kisspeptin Physiology by Blocking Kisspeptin Signaling

Please contact study staff for a detailed description.

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Kisspeptin in the Evaluation of Delayed Puberty

Some children with delayed puberty will eventually enter puberty on their own. However, some children with delayed puberty have a permanent condition and require medical treatment to undergo puberty. Right now, there is no reliable diagnostic tool to tell whether a child's delayed puberty will be self-resolving or permanent. The ...

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Effects of Transdermal Testosterone and/or Monthly Vitamin D on Fall Risk in Pre--frail Hypogonadal Seniors

Background One of the challenges of demographic change is the enormous personal and economic burden of falls and their consequences in the senior population. Thirty percent of adults 65 years or older and 40 - 50% of those age 80 years or older fall once per year. Serious injuries occur ...

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Administration of Kisspeptin in Patients With Hyperprolactinemia

The goal of this project is to explore the use of exogenous pulsatile kisspeptin as a therapeutic alternative for patients with hyperprolactinemia who are intolerant to current therapies. Funding Source - FDA OOPD

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Aerobic Exercise Balance Training and Ataxia

Individuals with degenerative cerebellar disease (DCD) exhibit gradual loss of coordination resulting in impaired balance, gait deviations, and severe, progressive disability. With no available disease-modifying medications, balance training is the primary treatment option to improve motor skills and functional performance. Aerobic training, on the other hand, may modify DCD progression ...

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