(Editors Note – You may be asking why we’re posting a study about uterine fibroids on our website. Many women with IC have a history of not only fibroids but also ovarian cysts and endometriosis. The connection is still a mystery. If you struggle with uterine fibroids, the MyFibroidStudy is worth reviewing! — Jill Osborne, MA)

Do you struggle with heavy periods associated with uterine fibroids?

If you experience heavy periods related to uterine fibroids, you may be eligible to participate in a clinical research study. Qualified participants will receive study-related care and investigational medication at no cost.

About the My Fibroid Study

This clinical research study is evaluating an investigational medication to see if it may safely and effectively reduce bleeding during your period. The investigational medication works by partially blocking the production of estrogen and progesterone that affect the growth of your uterine fibroids.

Learn more on the study website at: ForFibroids.com

About Uterine Fibroids

Uterine fibroids are noncancerous growths that develop in the wall of your uterus. The most common symptom of uterine fibroids is heavy bleeding during your period. Other symptoms include:

  • Longer period duration
  • Pain
  • Bloating
  • Pelvic pressure

Not all women who have been diagnosed with uterine fibroids have symptoms. But if you do have symptoms, you may find them extremely disruptive to your daily activities.

Why Should I Participate?

Whether you want to explore other options for your condition or to help develop future treatments for others, choosing to participate in a clinical research study is a very personal decision.

If you qualify for the My Fibroid Study and decide to participate, you will receive all study-related care at no charge, including:

  • Regular doctor visits
  • Study medication
  • Feminine hygiene products for use during your periods
  • Contraceptive products

Your insurance company will not be notified of your participation.

How Do I Qualify?

You may qualify to participate if you:

  • Are premenopausal, 18-51 years old
  • Have heavy periods
  • Have uterine fibroids
  • Have monthly periods
  • If sexually active, are willing to use two forms of non-hormonal birth control

A previous diagnosis of uterine fibroids is not required to qualify for the study.

Learn More About The Study & See If You Qualify

Learn more on the study website at: ForFibroids.com