Uterine fibroids (fibroids) are non-cancerous tumors of the uterus. The main symptoms of fibroids are abnormal or heavy bleeding, abdominal (stomach area) pressure, abdominal pain, increased need to urinate and difficulty in becoming pregnant.  It is generally the heavy and abnormal bleeding associated with fibroids that lead women to seek treatment from their healthcare provider.  Fibroids can impact a woman’s quality of life and are frequently a major cause of anemia (decreased hemoglobin in the blood), which is of even greater concern.

To learn more about Uterine Fibroids (Myomas) click here.

Exploring your option to participate in a clinical research study can help you gain a better understanding of your uterine fibroids. As a study participant, you will get the support of the study center staff at every visit. That includes close monitoring of your uterine fibroids, under the guidance of a gynecologist. When you volunteer, you gain knowledge that can expand your understanding about the disease.

Qualified participants may recieve up to $1100.00
This study is evaluating an investigational oral medication to see if it can lower estrogen levels without menopause-like side effects such as hot flashes and bone loss.

Estrogen and progesterone produced in your ovaries influence the growth of fibroids. The investigational medication being studied partially blocks the production of these hormones. Researchers want to find out if lowering hormone levels will shrink the size of fibroids and decrease the amount of blood loss during periods.

To qualify you must:
  • Be premenopausal, up to 51 years old
  • Have heavy periods associated with uterine fibroids
  • Experience monthly periods

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