Birth control, or contraception, is any method or device used to prevent pregnancy. Women can choose from many dif ferent types of birth control. Some work better than others at preventing pregnancy. The type of birth control you use depends on your health, your desire to have children now or in the future, and your need to prevent sexually transmitted infections (STIs, also called STDs). -
Diagnosis and Interventions
Not all birth control options are right for everyone. The OG-8175A-023 Study is hoping to provide a birth control option that may work for women of all body types in the future.
You may be able to take part in the study if you:
• are 35 years of age or younger
• are having vaginal sexual intercourse with a male partner at least once a month • do not wish to become pregnant within the next year.
The study will last for up to 14 months and will require at least 7 visits to our study center. Your health will be monitored carefully by a team of doctors and nurses throughout the study. This drug has not yet been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for use in the United States. However, it has already been approved as birth control in more than 50 other countries.
You are copensated for your time with study appointments.