OB | Time to Conceive

STUDY BRIEF | Time to Conceive is a research study that hopes to find a way to accurately measure a woman’s fertility. Women between 30 and 44 years of age who are trying to become pregnant or about to start trying are eligible to participate in the study. Women are not eligible to participate if they or their partner have a history of infertility or fertility treatment.

Principal Investigator
A. Steiner

Recruitment Length
April 2008 - January 2015

Participation Details
(1) Study visit (sign Consent forms, provide blood sample and urine sample), (2) Tracking fertility online, (3) Pregnancy testing, (4) Free 7-week ultrasound

Compensation available?
Yes

If yes, please list compensation
Up to $175, depending on study components completed

Qualifiers for the study
Women between 30-44 years of age who are about to start trying, or have been trying for less than 3 months

Exclusion Criteria
(1) If she OR her partner has a history of infertility or fertility treatments, (2) cannot speak or read English, (3) Have used hormone shots in the past year, (4) Have Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOS) or a history of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)

Study Contact Person Name, Number and Email Ashley Calingo, MPH; 919-843-8246; fertility@unc.edu
Website www.timetoconceive.org

IRB Approval Number

08-0423

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