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Contraceptive Patch Study

Our study is testing an investigational patch that is not on the market. The patch is designed to deliver continuous low dose estrogen and progestin. We are testing the patch to find out how effective it is at preventing pregnancy and to learn more about side effects and bleeding patterns during patch use.

What Will Happen During the Study

Participants will have 10 clinic visits and at least 6 telephone interviews during the course of the study. If you join the study, you will apply a new patch every week for 3 weeks and then have 1 week without a patch. You will follow this pattern for 13 cycles or approximately 1 year. All study supplies, including the patches, exam and tests are provided at no cost to you.

Compensation

Participants may be compensated up to $600 over the course of the study for time and travel costs. All study supplies and exams are provided free of charge.

Locations

  • Southern California - Mid-Wilshire, Century City, San Fernando Valley
  • Northern California - San Francisco, East Bay

For More Information

Call us to see if you are eligible:

  • 1-800-398-1998 in Southern California
  • 1-800-300-5767 in Northern California

E-mail us:

This study is sponsored by Agile Therapeutics, Inc.


Ovulation Study

Our research study is testing a new birth control pill that does not contain estrogen to see if it prevents ovulation (release of an egg from a woman’s ovary), is safe, and to see if its side effects are similar to the side effects of other contraceptives currently available.

Who is Eligible

Females between ages 18-35 who are not at risk of pregnancy may be eligible for this study.

Participants who are sexually active in a heterosexual relationship must have had a tubal ligation, have a partner who has had a vasectomy, or use a barrier method (like condoms or diaphragm) every time they have sex for the duration of the study.

Women currently using hormonal methods including birth control pills, the patch, and the IUD are not eligible.

What Women Will Do in the Study

You will have 2 clinic visits each week for about 5 months followed by a final visit approximately 6 weeks later. Each clinic visit includes a transvaginal ultrasound and blood draw.

You will also have 3 endometrial biopsies during the study where the clinician will take a sample of the lining of your uterus.

You will take a study pill each day for about 3 months and keep a study record for most of the study.

Compensation

You will receive $25 for your first visit and $75 for each exam visit you complete. You will also receive $50 for each endometrial biopsy. You can receive up to $3100 to $3700 for completing 40-48 visits in 6 ½ months.

All study exams, tests, and supplies are provided free of charge.

Locations

  • Southern California: Century City

For More Information

  1. Call us to see if you are eligible–
    • 1-800-398-1998
  2. E-mail us:

Secondary Amenorrhea Study

Secondary Amenorrhea Study

Not menstruating and not pregnant. Should I be concerned?

The medical term used to describe "absence of periods" is amenorrhea. Women normally do not menstruate before puberty, during pregnancy, and after menopause. When a woman does not get her period when she normally should, it may be the symptom of a treatable medical condition.

If you are a woman age 18 to 40 who has had normal menstrual cycles in the past, but stopped getting your period for three or more months, you may be experiencing secondary amenorrhea.

If this describes you, you're invited to see if you may qualify for The SPRY Trial. The purpose of this research study is to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of an investigational medication for women with secondary amenorrhea.

If you qualify, you will receive investigational study medication, study-related medical exams, and laboratory services at no change. You may also be reimbursed for time, travel, and other expenses.

In order to participate in the trial, women must be evaluated by a trial doctor and meet certain requirements including:

  • Being a female between the ages of 18 and 40
  • Being premenopausal with an intact uterus
  • Be in generally good health
  • Be willing to participate in a clinical trial

If you would like to know more about setting up an appointment for pre-screening, please contact:

Phone

  • 1-800-398-1998 in Southern California
  • 1-800-300-5767 in Northern California

E-mail


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