Ovaprene: Non-hormonal Vaginal Ring Birth Control Study
Clinical trial looking at a monthly, non-hormonal vaginal product as birth control
Clinical trial looking at a monthly, non-hormonal vaginal product as birth control.
The vaginal product, called Ovaprene, is a round piece of woven material surrounded by a soft, flexible rubber ring. The material in the vaginal product is released slowly to create an environment that makes it difficult for sperm to be mobile. The ring is ferrous gluconate (a type of iron), Vitamin C, glycine and polyglycolide.
This product is designed to provide continuous birth control and is changed monthly. Ovaprene is an experimental device which means that it has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Main Procedures Involved: *You and your partner would rely on the vaginal product as your only method of contraception. *8 in-person visits and 2 phone calls. *Physical exams and laboratory tests *Complete a daily diary in which you will answer a couple very quick questions.
Duration of Participation: Up to 13.5 months
18 to 40 years
Nancy Fang, MD, MS
Protocol Number: 23-1580
More information available at ClinicalTrials.gov: NCT06127199
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