Does Endometriosis Pain Impact You?

If you experience
moderate-to-severe
pain
caused by endometriosis and have
had a surgical diagnosis for your endometriosis, learn more about the
elaris EM-COC Study.


The elaris EM-COC Study is evaluating whether the study medication, when taken together with an approved birth control pill, may reduce moderate-to-severe endometriosis pain.

You may qualify if you:
  • Are a premenopausal woman, 18 to 49 years old
  • Have had a surgical diagnosis of endometriosis
  • Have moderate-to-severe endometriosis pain
  • Do not use nicotine or have a history of smoking (if 33 years or older)
  • Are not pregnant, actively trying to get pregnant, or breastfeeding
  • Do not have hepatitis B, hepatitis C, or other liver disease
  •  Do not have osteoporosis (thinning, weak bones) or any other bone disease
  • Must be willing to use 2 forms of nonhormonal contraception (condom & spermicide) or have vasectomized partner or be in same sex relationship
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Participants in the elaris EM-COC Study will:

  • Receive all study-related care, the oral study medication, and non-hormonal birth control supplies at no cost
  •  Be monitored closely by an experienced study physician and medical staff
  • Be able to discuss your endometriosis pain and learn more about the condition
  • Help advance medical knowledge about using the study medication for  endometriosis pain when taken with an oral contraceptive pill
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