|Age:||18 - 40 years old|
|Keywords:||Birth control shot, Women's health, Long acting, Birth control|
|Type:||Phase 1, Drug study|
Participation involves a significant time commitment, so please consider whether it will fit into your daily schedule.
For most women, we expect that you will have about 36 visits over 9 months. The study period includes:
We expect your total time in the study to last up to 9 months. But, if the shot ends up not working for a full 6 months, it is possible that your time in the study may be shorter. This study requires that you have a lot of flexibility in coming in for visits on different days and different times of days. This will include typical business hours and may be evening, weekend, or holiday visits during the 9 months you are participating in the study.
On the day you get the shot, you will need to stay for multiple blood tests. You will have four visits in the first week, then two visits the second week, then one visit per week until it looks like you are getting close to releasing an egg. At each visit you may have a pelvic exam, a vaginal ultrasound exam, and a blood draw.
Have any questions or want to learn more? Leave your contact details below and the research team will reach out to you.