Vaginal Dryness Clinical Trial
Have you been showing signs of vaginal dryness? If you have been diagnosed with this medical condition, then you could qualify for a clinical trial here at our facility in DeLand, FL. If you are interested in this research opportunity, then please fill out the quick form on this page or you can give us a call at (386) 785-2404.
Our experience medical staff is looking for research volunteers in the local area and would be happy to answer any questions that you might have about enrolling in this clinical study. Participating in a clinical trial is significant commitment, but we’ll be there to guide you along every step of the enrollment process.
- Looking for volunteers with moderate to severe vaginal dryness (atrophy)
- Volunteers must be willing to comply with approved scheduled visits, treatment plan, laboratory tests, and other study procedures
- Health insurance is not required to participate in a clinical trial
- Volunteers will need to provide a signed informed consent form in order to enroll in this study
Compensation for Time and Travel
Those who qualify for a clinical trial will receive all study-related medical care free of charge, this will include physical examinations and medications. Compensation will vary depending on the type of study you’re enrolled in, so please contact us if you would like to learn more about what you could earn for your participation.
The Symptoms of Vaginal Dryness
The truth is that vaginal dryness is a fairly common occurrence, it’s just not something many women would prefer to talk about understandably. While the symptoms could occur in younger women, it’s most often associated with women who’ve started menopause. As estrogen levels decline, the lining of the vagina starts to become thinner, drier and less elastic overall. Other symptoms associated with vaginal dryness include itching, burning or stinging, soreness (especially during sexual intercourse) and recurrent urinary tract infections.
Do you qualify for a clinical trial at Avail Clinical Research? Find out by providing your name, number and email in the top right hand side of this page. It’s free and won’t take more than a couple minutes to complete.