Clinical Researchers Seeking Volunteers

Women who suffer from heavy, long-lasting, or frequent monthly menstrual cycles may be eligible to participate in a nationwide research study in their area. The study will evaluate the efficacy of a medication for the relief of heavy, long-lasting, or frequent menstruation that may be associated with your monthly cycle. The study medication used contains similar ingredients as currently marketed birth control products.

Many women suffer from the interference of heavy, long-lasting, or frequent menstruation and have to plan their lives around it, sometimes missing days at work or canceling activities with friends and family. This new study will involve taking a medication that may help treat this problem in women who desire oral contraception.

Researchers from over 35 medical facilities across the country are now enrolling and screening volunteers who are 18 years of age or over to participate in this research study sponsored by Berlex Inc.

Qualified participants will be asked to collect used sanitary products in order for blood loss to be measured. Participants will also keep diaries to record information about their menstrual bleeding and number of sanitary products used and to study medication intake.

Women who are eligible for the study will be compensated for their time and travel and receive study-related medical care by a licensed physician. Study participants will also receive monthly sanitary supplies at no cost.

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