Clinical Studies

Within living memory, FDA policies previously recommended excluding women from clinical trials. This had deep consequences on our collective knowledge of how drugs impact female-born bodies. Research drives novel and profound discoveries about the world and ourselves. We will not be left out again.

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  • We are seeking participation in our studies from people with diverse backgrounds, ethnicities, health conditions, ages, and life-styles in order to build the most comprehensive and broadly relevant products.
  • Are you eligible to participate in one of our studies? If you live in the United States, and you have or have had a uterus, the short answer is yes! You can explore all our current studies that are enrolling participants below.
  • If you are interested in learning more about a particular study, click the participate button beneath the study and we will coordinate a time to answer your questions.

Now Enrolling

Understanding endometriosis in the context of infertilityHave you struggled to get pregnant and have reason to believe you DO have endometriosis? You can help further our understanding of endometriosis and infertility.
Exploring infertility when you don't have endometriosisHave you struggled to get pregnant and strongly believe you DO NOT have endometriosis? To participate in this study you have either had surgery and been found to be "Endo negative" or you do not have heavy or painful periods and have identified an alternate reason for your infertility.

Other Studies

Building a digital biomarker for health

This is the first step to participating in any of our studies. Here is an opportunity to help us understand who you are and all the things that impact your health.

You can power the menstrualome movement

Building a non-invasive diagnostic for adenomyosis, endometriosis, and fibroids

Have you been diagnosed with adeno, endo or fibroids? If so, we are enrolling participants to understand the biological signals in your menstrual effluence that could give clues to whether you have any of these diseases.

Interested in learning more about the Endo/Adeno/Fibroids study.

Developing a “typical” menstrual baseline

Do you have a “normal” period? What’s that you may ask? The definition is still pretty vague and doesn’t have a lot of meaning in helping you navigate your health.

We are trying to change that. We are enrolling participants who currently have a menstrual cycle.

Light to heavy menstrual bleeding – we won’t turn you away. The more diversity we have, the better we will be at providing you with data about your cycle and how it differs from people like you.

Interested in learning more about the Baseline study.

Understanding pregnancy health (preeclampsia and preterm labor)

The relationship between mom and baby goes beyond physical and emotional, and biology plays a huge role in delivering a healthy baby to term.

Pre-eclampsia and preterm birth both have strong biological drivers, and we are hoping to better understand how your vagina and cervix might give clues to these complications.

If you are pregnant, you are eligible for this study.

Interested in learning more about the Pregnancy Health study.

Improving prenatal diagnostics

Understanding the health of your baby is important in preparing for the future.

But to date, there are limited tests available in getting the answers you need about the health of a fetus.

We are examining fetal cells shed through your cervix to develop more and better tests to understand the health of your pregnancy.

Pregnant individuals carrying a male fetus are currently eligible for this study.

Interested in learning more about the Prenatal Health study.
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