About the My Fibroid Study
The My Fibroid Study is evaluating an oral study drug to see if it may reduce heavy periods associated with uterine fibroids.
This study drug is designed to work by partially blocking estrogen and progesterone, two hormones produced by your body that may affect your fibroid symptoms and growth.
While in the My Fibroid Study, your health will be closely monitored by study staff through in-person visits and telephone check-ins. You will also be asked to keep track of bleeding during your period and record other fibroid symptoms using an electronic diary.
During the first part of treatment there is a chance you may receive a placebo, which resembles the investigational study drug but contains no active medication. However, there is no placebo in the second part of treatment, when all participants will receive the study drug.
The information you provide is confidential.
It’s important that you feel safe when enrolling for a clinical research study. So we’ve provided answers to common questions in our FAQ section. Once you pre-qualify, the study staff will be able to answer any additional questions you may have.
Your participation is voluntary.
You are free to stop participating in this research study at any time without penalty. The study staff will always be available to give you more information and answer any questions you may have.