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Endometriosis Pain Study

What is Your Pain Keeping You From?

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Are you 18 years of age or older?

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Are you in menopause?

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Have you been told by a doctor that you have endometriosis?

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Are you pregnant or planning a pregnancy in the next year?

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Why Participate?

Take Charge of Your Pain

A new insertable vaginal ring is being tested for moderate to severe endometriosis pain. If you decide to participate in this study you will receive the insertable vaginal ring, study tests, and procedures at no cost to you or your insurance company. You may also be eligible for time and travel compensation. 

No surgery. No daily pills. The insertable vaginal ring may help you and future women suffering with endometriosis pain.

It’s important to consider that participating in this medical study may or may not make your endometriosis pain better. Read on to learn if this study is right for you.

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About This Study

Find Out if it’s Right for You

This clinical research study is investigating the safety and effectiveness of a pain reduction drug for endometriosis.

Specifically, this study is investigating the effects of a drug on an extended-release vaginal ring to reduce moderate to severe endometriosis-related pain, compared to placebo.

This study does not require taking any daily pills or surgery; and may help many women in the future find an alternative treatment.

A placebo is an inactive substance that looks like the insertable vaginal ring but contains no active medication. The effects the ring has on you such as your quality of life and any side effects experienced will also be evaluated. You have a 25% chance of receiving a placebo for the first portion during the study; however, all patients will receive the insertable vaginal ring at some point during this trial.

You will be required to participate for approximately 12 months with 19 visits to the study center nearest you.

Your decision to participate in this study is completely voluntary and you may drop out at any time without penalty or impact on your future medical care.

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What is Endometriosis?

Pain that Can Make You Feel Miserable

Endometriosis (often abbreviated to Endo) is a painful disorder in which tissue that normally lines the inside of the uterus spreads to the outside of the uterus. Symptoms of endometriosis often include painful periods, heavy bleeding, severe cramping, pain during sex, painful urination and sudden abdominal throbbing.

Endometriosis pain can be severe, increase over time and cause fertility issues.

The cause of endometriosis is unknown. To find out if you have endometriosis, talk to your doctor. The only way to diagnose endometriosis is for a doctor to perform laparoscopy surgery – a small incision made in the belly to insert a tube with a camera. This allows the doctor to see, and sometimes remove, endometriosis tissue.