Decreased Sexual Desire StudyThis study will evaluate an investigational medication that is inserted into the vagina daily during 28 weeks to evaluate whether it can effectively increase sexual desire in postmenopausal women. You will have to undergo different tests at each visit and complete various questionnaires throughout the study.Study Details Click HereEndometriosis Pain StudyThe purpose of the study is to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of an investigational drug for moderate to severe endometriosis pain symptoms.Study Details Click HereHuman Papillomavirus (HPV)This study is evaluating three investigational therapeutic vaccines against placebo. Placebo looks like the investigational vaccines, but contains no active vaccine. The investigational vaccines being evaluated in this study have not been approved to treat persistent HPV infections. They are considered under investigation and are only available in studies like this one. The results of this study will provide more information about the safety of the investigational vaccines and their efficacy in persistent HPV16 and HPV18 infections in women.Study Details Click Here

Women Studies

Doctors that participate in clinical research are at the leading edge of medical knowledge. They’re the first to learn about new medications, which means their patients have access to innovative treatments. Kevin Fleishman, MD, FACOG, and the team at Premier Women’s Care of Southwest Florida work together with the Clinical Study Center, where they’ve conducted over 125 clinical research studies leading to more than a dozen new drugs. As one of their patients, you can also participate in clinical studies. To learn more, call one of the offices in Fort Myers, Cape Coral, or Lehigh Acres, Florida.

 

Current Studies

Endometriosis Pain Study

Human Papillomavirus (HPV)

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