PCOS Clinical Trials
Are you struggling to get pregnant? Have you found that you have been putting on weight, experiencing depression, or having irregular periods? You may be suffering from polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Our research team is conducting PCOS studies at our clinic in DeLand, Florida. If you have been diagnosed with PCOS, you could qualify for an upcoming study at Avail Clinical Research.
Fill out the form on the right hand side of the page to find out if you qualify for one of our upcoming PCOS clinical trials →
Uncomfortable with participating in a clinical trial? You can still help further our research and earn money in the process through our Refer-A-Friend program. Get up to $100 by referring a qualified participant for a PCOS clinical trial. Learn more about our Refer-A-Friend program by clicking here.
Would you like to know if you qualify for an upcoming study at our clinic? There are two ways you can contact our research team:
- Complete our online form – All you need to do is provide a valid email and phone number and we’ll contact you shortly to discuss your eligibility for our clinical studies.
- Give us a call –You can also call in to see if you qualify for a PCOS clinical trial. Call us anytime between 7 AM and 5 PM weekdays at (386) 785-2400.
Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a health condition that affects women and can cause several adverse effects. PCOS can cause many small cysts to appear on a woman’s ovaries. These cysts are not harmful themselves, but can cause hormonal imbalances.
The change in hormone levels can lead to irregular periods, changes in your appearance, and problems conceiving. If left untreated, PCOS can even cause more serious health issues, such as diabetes and heart disease.
To learn more about the causes of this condition and how to treat it, we are conducting PCOS clinical research. Our research team is looking for woman in DeLand and the surrounding area who have been diagnosed with PCOS. This research will help us improve the treatment options and quality of life for people suffering from polycystic ovarian syndrome.
Do I Qualify for a PCOS Clinical Study in DeLand?
Qualification criteria for a clinical study can depend on a few factors. You should know that qualification factors vary depending on the type of clinical study being conducted. Why does this matter? It means that you may not qualify for a given clinical trial, even if you have been diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome. Please call us at (386) 785-2400 with any questions you may have.
Before contacting us about our PCOS clinical trials, here are some general inclusion criteria to consider:
- You must be willing to comply with the procedures (clinic visits, scheduled exams) that are required to complete the study.
- You’ll need to have a clinically confirmed diagnosis of PCOS in order to qualify for one of our clinical trials.
- You don’t need health insurance to qualify for a clinical trial.
- A history of substance or alcohol abuse within the last 5 years can make you ineligible to participate.
Please note that each clinical trial participant reserves the right to drop out of their research study at any time, but doing so will forfeit your claim to any compensation offered for completing that study. If you want to learn more, please click here to read about the rights and protections granted to each person who participates in a study.
Don’t have polycystic ovarian syndrome? We conduct plenty of clinical trials at our clinic that also need volunteers. Click here to learn more about our enrolling clinical studies in DeLand.
Compensation for Taking Part in a Clinical Trial
All study related care (including laboratory services, study medications and physical examinations) are provided to participants free of charge. Participants that complete the study may also receive compensation for time and travel. It is important to note that compensation may vary depending on the PCOS clinical study you are enrolled in.
Please call us at (386) 785-2400 if you have other questions.
Signs and Symptoms of PCOS
The symptoms of PCOS can vary for each individual woman, but are typically mild in the beginning. While we still do not completely know what causes PCOS, if you begin to show signs of PCOS make sure you talk to your doctor about treatment options. The longer these symptoms are ignored, the worse your health could become.
Some of the more common symptoms of PCOS include:
- Thinning hair
- Excess facial and body hair
- Putting on weight and finding it difficult to lose the weight
- Irregular menstrual cycles
- Acne on the face or body
- Issues with fertility
Please Note: If you have any other questions about our PCOS clinical trials or other research studies at Avail Clinical Research, please call us at (386) 785-2400. Our office hours are from 7 AM to 5 PM every weekday.