Reducing Bleeding with the Hormonal IUD

The Women's Health Research Unit is recruiting for a clinical research study evaluating if a drug can help reduce irregular bleeding after starting the hormonal IUD.

eIRB study # 15881, PI:  Jeffrey Jensen, MDMirena Bleeding Study Image

Trial Status: Actively enrolling

The purpose of this study is:

To learn whether a medication might help to stop or reduce bleeding after insertion of the hormonal intrauterine device.

Eligibility

  • Are a woman between 15-45 years of age
  • Have a valid e-mail address or a cell phone that is capable of sending and receiving text or e-mail message
  • Are planning to get a hormonal IUD (Mirena or Liletta) at OHSU
  • Are not currently using a hormonal IUD

Compensation:

Qualified participants will be compensated up to $90 for time and travel over the course of the study. Participation in the study will last about 50 days and requires 1 visit to OHSU (not including your IUD insertion visit with your regular provider).

Who do I contact for additional information?

To find out more information and to learn if you are qualified to participate, fill out the online form or call the Women’s Health Research Unit confidential recruitment line.

Complete the Online Form or call 503-494-3666, or email