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Birth Control Clinical Trials

A listing of Birth Control 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 (23) clinical trials

Effect of Multimodal Analgesia on Pain With Insertion of Levonorgestrel-releasing IUD

Long acting reversible contraception, including intrauterine devices (IUDs), provide birth control for an extended period of time. IUDs are the most effective type of reversible birth control for women who do not wish to become pregnant over the next couple years, have the lowest failure rate (Winner, 2012), and in …

Phase N/A

Nexplanon Use in Women Primarily Choosing a Combined Oral Contraceptive

This study will be conducted at three sites across the United States: University of California, Davis, University of Colorado and University of Pennsylvania. Investigators will recruit women currently using COCs or intending to initiate COCs for pregnancy prevention. Each site will recruit approximately 40 women for a total of 120 …

Phase

Effectiveness of Orally Dosed Emergency Contraception in Obese Women - UPA

Emergency contraception (EC) provides a woman with an additional line of defense against unintended pregnancy following an act of unprotected intercourse. Orally-dosed EC works by delaying ovulation and reduces the risk of pregnancy for a single act of unprotected intercourse by 50-70%. Unfortunately, obese women are significantly more likely than …

Phase

Breastfeeding Etonogestrel Implant Study

Counseling and provision of postpartum contraception is an integral component of comprehensive reproductive healthcare. A woman's preference for contraception is paramount; early initiation of postpartum contraception may assist in optimal birth spacing promoting the wellbeing of mother and baby. Equally important is the provision of appropriate support for breastfeeding. Exclusive …

Phase

European Active Surveillance Study of LCS12

Intrauterine contraceptive methods, such as Mirena and copper IUDs, have a high contraceptive efficacy. LCS12 is a new intrauterine system which, like Mirena, contains levonorgestrel (LNG), but the T-body dimensions and insertion tube diameter of LCS12 are smaller. Because there is a lack of comparative data between LCS12 and other …

Phase N/A

FemBloc Permanent Contraception Trial

The purpose of this study is to evaluate if changes to the FemBloc Permanent Contraceptive System are effective in increasing reliance (the ability of a woman to be able to depend on FemBloc for contraception once the treatment and confirmation test have been performed), and decreasing pregnancy rate. In addition, …

Phase N/A

Annovera Drug-Drug Interaction Study

A Drug-Drug Interaction (DDI) study to evaluate the effects of itraconazole and rifampin on the Pharmacokinetics of Segesterone Acetate and Ethinyl Estradiol from the Annovera Contraceptive Vaginal System (CVS)

Phase

Shoulder Contraceptive Implant Study

The etonogestrel contraceptive implant (Nexplanon) remains the most effective hormonal contraceptive method available in the U.S. The contraceptive implant is routinely inserted just beneath the skin on the inner-side of the non-dominant arm, but insertion at this site has resulted in rare, yet potentially morbid complications. These complications are due …

Phase

The Effects of Annovera and Tampon Co-Usage on the Pharmacokinetics of Segesterone Acetate and Ethinyl Estradiol

This is an open label, randomized, crossover PK study. Participants will be randomized to one of two treatment sequences. Each treatment sequence consists of two cycles of treatment - one with tampon use and one without tampon use. Tampon use will occur on Days 2 to 5 of contraceptive vaginal …

Phase

The Effect of Topiramate on Etonogestrel Concentrations in Contraceptive Implant Users

A prospective, non-inferiority study to evaluate the pharmacokinetic effect of topiramate on serum Etonogestrel (ENG) levels in contraceptive implant users.

Phase