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The aim of the present study is to investigate whether women taking a new combined oral contraceptive pill (SH T00658ID, estradiol valerate/dienogest) experience fewer hormone withdrawal-associated symptoms such as pelvic pain or headache during their monthly cycle compared to a commonly used contraceptive pill (Microgynon).
Since the introduction of the combined hormonal contraceptive pill, dosages of ethinyl estradiol (EE) have steadily decreased from more than 150mcg to 20mcg in an attempt to improve the risk profile associated with the COC. In 2010, the Food and Drug Administration approved a oral contraceptive pill containing EE 10mcg/NET acetate 1mg (Tradename Lo loestrin). However, no studies have compared this formulation to pills containing either higher doses of estrogen or progestin alon...
To evaluate if the administration of corifollitropin alfa on day 7 instead of on day 5 after pre-treatment with oral contraceptive pill results in a reduced total rFSH (recombinant follicle stimulating hormone ) consumption in a GnRH antagonist protocol in donors.
The purpose of this research study is to learn about the birth control pill called LoFemenal in HIV+ and HIV negative women who live in Malawi. This is a pilot study to determine the effect of antiretroviral therapy on the pharmacokinetics of the most commonly used oral contraceptive in HIV+ women; and to measure ovulation suppression in women taking the oral contraceptive pill and antiretroviral therapy at the same time. Nine women will be enrolled and will be followed for a...
The purpose of this research study is to gain a better understanding of the changes that may occur in the breast when a woman uses an oral contraceptive (birth control pill). Some research indicates that women who use birth control pills with lower amounts of progestin (a hormone in the birth control pill) may have lower breast cell growth than women who use birth control pills with a higher amount of progestin; this research will examine that in detail.
The purpose of this research study is to determine if taking a birth control pill effects how well an emergency contraceptive pill called Ulipristal acetate (UPA) works. This type of emergency contraceptive is the most effective oral method available. However, this medication is an anti-progestin and most regular forms of birth control contain progestin (a female hormone). It is unknown if taking the two close together may make the emergency contraceptive not work well. The ove...
The purpose of this study is to investigate the contraceptive efficacy, bleeding pattern, and safety of SH D00342A. Subjects participating in the study will be treated with an oral contraceptive pill containing 0.03 mg ethinylestradiol and 0.125 mg levonorgestrel.
The purpose of this study is to determine whether combination oral contraceptive pill of Norethindrone & Ethinyl estradiol is effective in the treatment of dysmenorrhea associated with endometriosis.
The purpose of this research study is to demonstrate a lack of effect of multiple doses of GSK189075 on the PK of an oral contraceptive pill in healthy female subjects. To estimate the effects of GSK189075 on hormonal levels and on birth control.
Investigators from Cayetano Heredia University and Johns Hopkins University are doing this study. They want to see how people and pigs get infected with a parasite, called cysticercus (known as "pig triquina"). Cysticercus attacks the meat of pigs and the brains of people. In the intestine, the parasite is known as "solitaria". This study is to see how treatment in both people and pigs works to control the disease.
The study will evaluate the effect of oral contraceptive (birth control pill) on the blood level of lanabecestat when both are given together. Side effects will be monitored and documented. This study will last up to 27 days for each participant, not including screening. Screening is required within 42 days prior to first dose.
Recent controversy has arisen regarding the use of the pill for cycle planning in GnRH antagonist IVF cycles. The investigators performed this study to compare such a protocol with the gold-standard still today, which is the long-agonist protocol with no previous use of the pill.
To determine if augmentation with the oral-contraceptive pill containing drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol is more effective than placebo in the treatment of premenstrual breakthrough of depression.
Background: - MRSA is a type of bacteria that causes serious health problems. It can cause severe infections and is difficult to treat. MRSA has been found in a high number of people who work with some kinds of livestock, such as pigs. Researchers want to study people in rural areas, where more people work with or around livestock. They want to see if MRSA is more common or causes more serious infections in these areas. Objectives: - To look at the relationship b...
Oral contraceptives are known to improve menstrual cycles and symptoms in PCOS, however may increase cholesterol. Metformin, a drug to improve insulin resistance, may benefit metabolic state. This study is to determine whether metformin added to oral contraceptive therapy in adolescent women with PCOS improves metabolic state.The study will also test a lifestyle improvement program to reduce weight.
This is an open-label prospective, multicenter, randomized trial to compare continuation rates into the fourth cycle of women using either the NuvaRing or OrthoEvra. Five hundred women will be recruited at 9 centers nationwide to be randomly assigned to use either the NuvaRing or OrthoEvra for four months. Women must either be on the pill or have recently stopped the pill and be relatively satisfied with oral contraceptive use to qualify for enrollment. Two visits and two phon...
Comparison of oral contraceptive pills versus norethindrone to delay menstuation.
The clinical phase I study aims at investigating the conversion of the contraceptive compound norethisterone within the body towards the contraceptive compound ethinylestradiol. Therefore concentrations of ethinylestradiol will be measured from blood samples after administration of a single intramuscular dose of norethisterone. In a comparison arm concentrations of ethinylestradiol will be measured from blood samples after administration of a pill containing ethinylestradiol it...
This study aims to verify whether the use of 40 mg of resveratrol per day associated with monophasic contraceptive pill (levonorgestrel 0.15mg/ethinyl estradiol 0.03mg) reduces pelvic pain at the end of 2 months of treatment, compared to the use of the pill with placebo.
The purpose of this study is to determine whether there is increased oral contraceptive pill (OCP) adherence in women receiving daily text messaging reminders to take their OCP, compared to women who do not receive reminders. The investigators hypothesize that women who receive daily text messaging reminders to take their OCP will have increased pill adherence compared to women who do not receive reminders. The investigators also hope to determine whether there is a difference...
This study will deploy a novel, personalized, smartphone-based intervention (PrEPSteps) that responds to real time PrEP adherence and non adherence detected through the use of a digital pill. The PrEPSteps intervention will be developed and refined through a series of focus groups. Participants will be screened at a baseline assessment, they will then use the digital pill system for 2 weeks, then undergo randomization to using PrEPSteps + the digital pill, or the digital pill a...
Women seeking contraception will be randomized to "usual care" or to a "Contraceptive Pathway"
Teen girls and young women taking birth control pills may forget to take their pills or may stop taking them altogether. This places them at risk for unintended pregnancies. Most young women own cell phones and use them for text messaging. We will test whether contraceptive continuation is affected after six months of daily text message reminders.
Background: - The flu is a very infectious and contagious virus that affects both people and pigs. Studies show that pigs can be sources of the flu virus in humans. Researchers want to know more about how the flu is transmitted from animals to people. If they know more about it, they can find better ways to prevent the flu and treat people who get sick from it. Objective: - To discover if flu viruses can be found in people exposed to pigs at Ohio agricultural fai...
The use of progestin-only methods of contraception has been increased obviously and progressively over the world in the last few years. Progestin-only contraception is an option for women in whom an estrogen-containing contraceptive is either contraindicated or causes additional health concerns. Progestogen-only pills are contraceptive pills that contain only synthetic progestogens (progestins) and do not contain estrogen . The progestin-only pill is recommended over reg...