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Alyra Device Pelvic Pain Clinical Trial

Alyra Device Pelvic Pain Clinical Trial

Alyra Device Pelvic Pain Clinical Trial

Do you have period pain? 

Alyra Biotech has developed a new intrauterine device (Alyra Device) to help people with difficult to manage period and pelvic pain, including people with endometriosis. Professor Louise Hull and the great team of doctors and nurses at PARC Research Centre located within the Royal Adelaide Hospital invite you to be part of this important trial. They will care for you throughout the study period, and you can withdraw from the trial at any time if the device doesn’t suit you. The first 12 participants are required to have at least one child to assist with insertion of the device. After this, the trial will be available to a wider group of people.

Alyra Biotech is an Adelaide-based company and this is a South Australian initiative.

Who’s running the trial? 

Alyra Biotech is an Adelaide biopharma company focussed on developing novel treatments for pelvic pain and led by A/Prof Susan Evans

The gynaecologists caring for participants in the trial are Professor Louise Hull, Dr Tran Nguyen, Dr Rituparna Dutta and Dr Sally Reid

Trial benefits for you: 

·       Being part of a trial especially designed to help people with difficult to manage pain

·       $2000 payment for time spent at the clinic

·       Pelvic ultrasound

·       A consultation and pain management plan for your future pain needs

The trial involves:

·       One overnight stay and additional visits to PARC

·       Insertion of an intrauterine device

·      Recording your experience on a phone APP each day

 

To find our more, please scan the QR code or click the link below.
This will take you to a short questionnaire to see which Alyra trial you are eligible for.
You can then leave your contact details and study staff will be in touch.

 

*Study participation is voluntary, and you do not have to participate if you do not want to.

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