Although some risk factors are already known, such as a family history of blood clots, increasing age, and smoking, many women who have suffered blood clots while on hormonal contraception have none of these risk factors. We believe that a deeper understanding of additional medical and lifestyle factors is crucial to providing women with a complete picture of their personal risk with taking hormonal birth control.
What Does the Study Involve?
The study will involve answering an anonymous survey with questions about you or your family member’s medical and lifestyle information, and for those who have had blood clots, information about the blood clots and symptoms prior.
Who is Eligible to Participate?
- Women who have experienced a blood clot(s) while using hormonal birth control: take survey now
- A family member or partner of a woman who has suffered from deadly or disabling birth control induced blood clots: take survey now
- Women who are currently using hormonal birth control, have used hormonal birth control for at least 1 year, and have not had a blood clot: take survey now
- Women who have never used hormonal birth control or synthetic hormones of any kind: take survey now
Take the Birth Control and Blood Clots Study Now
For more details and to take the study, click the link above that represents the group you fall into.
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If you have any questions, please contact us by clicking here.
Phase 1 Study Results
Here is what we have learned so far.