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Heterosexual sexually active women ages 18-45 needed for study exploring how bacterial vaginosis (BV), the most common vaginal infection, occurs in women. If eligible, the study involves an anonymous survey, STD testing, and completion of twice-daily sexual/reproductive diaries, and self-collection of 3 twice daily vaginal swabs over an 8 week time period. Volunteers will be compensated $20 for screening, $25 for the enrollment visit, $20/week for drop-off of daily diaries and specimens (weeks 1-7), and $50 for the final weekly drop-off (week 8). Please call 205-934-8166 for more information.
You may qualify for a bowel leakage research study if you are female, 18 years or older, and have had accidental bowel leakage for at least 6 months. For more information contact 205-934-5498. Compensation is provided.
You may be eligible to participate in this important study if you are female and 21 years of age or older, if you are experiencing urine leakage with the feeling of urgency, coughing, sneezing, or laughing. For more information, contact our research team at 205-934-5498. Compensation is provided.
Our research team is currently conducting a clinical research study in women who have had recurrent Bacterial Vaginosis (BV). You must be 18-50 years old. Eligible participants will have multiple visits and will be compensated up to $250 upon completion of the study. To learn more about the study please call: (205) 934-8166
Have you taken constipating meds (Imodium or Lomotil) with no results? Have you been taught pelvic floor exercises (Kegal) with no results? Then you may qualify for a study  To find out if you are eligible, please call 205-934-5498. Compensation is provided.
Do you have urinary leakage, bowel leakage or a feeling of bulging from the vagina (Prolapse)? We may have a study for you. To find out if you are a candidate, please call 205-934-5498. Compensation is provided.
This study may be for you if are female, age 48 or older and you desire surgical treatment for your prolapse. For more information and to see if you may be eligible, call 205-934-5498. Compensation is provided.