Nexplanon Extended Use study
Why is this clinical trial being done?
The etonogestrel implant is approved for use to prevent pregnancies for up to 3 years. It has not been approved to use for more than 3 years. The purpose of this clinical trial is to find out if using the implant for more than 3 years:
- Is safe
- Continues to prevent pregnancy
- Affects the menstrual cycle (periods)
- Causes problems when it is removed.
Who can join this clinical trial?
You may be able to join this clinical trial if you:
• Have an etonogestrel implant that was inserted 34–36 months ago (about 3 years ago)
• Are willing to continue to use the etonogestrel implant for an additional 24 months and do not intend to use any other form of contraception (for example, condoms)
• Are between 18 and 35 years old
• Are able to get pregnant
What will I be asked to do if I join?
If you join, you will be in the trial for about 27 months (a little over 2 years). You will:
• Visit the trial site 11 times for the trial doctor and staff to check on your health and collect information for research purposes
• Complete some trial-related activities between visits to the trial site, such as using an electronic diary (eDiary) to answer questions daily
You will not be given a trial drug or treatment. This trial is researching the implant you already have.
Call Today To Join Our Nexplanon Extended Use Study!
Interested in learning more about the Nexplanon extended use study and whether you are a candidate? Call 937.771.5110 today to speak with our experienced doctors! Or, you can fill out the form on this page or our contact page. Our practice looks forward to serving you!