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, MD
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.
- 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
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).