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Replenish Study Researches New Medication For Hot Flashes Through a Clinical Trial

By September 3, 2014 - 12:40pm

Ice cubes, fans, cranking the AC, sticking your face in the freezer… nothing seems to help when you are eager to cool down from your hot flashes. They come out of nowhere and occur multiple times a day, leaving you irritable and feeling frustrated. Sometimes, they even interrupt your night’s sleep!

If you wish there were a way to get your hot flashes under control, the Replenish Study might be right for you. This medical research study is evaluating an investigational medication to see if it may reduce the frequency of hot flashes and sweating associated with menopause.

To qualify, you must be:

  • Female between the ages of 40 and 65
  • Have not had a hysterectomy
  • Suffer from several hot flashes a day

Study Participants:

  • Receive study medication at no cost
  • Receive study-related medical exams (similar to an annual gynecologist visit) at no charge
  • Are not required to have insurance
  • May be reimbursed for time, travel and other expenses

To learn more about the Replenish Study and see if you qualify, visit www.ReplenishStudy.com or call 1-800-918-1468.

Add a Comment5 Comments

EmpowHER Guest

I got a direct mail piece soliciting for this study......but no where can I find any information on what type of treatment or drug this is. Scary!!! No thanks!

June 15, 2015 - 9:28am
EmpowHER Guest

What I don't understand is they ask you three health questions other than hysterectomy .....on meds for thyroid, diabetes, or ever had a stroke? I am a type 1 diabetic so that's the only one I answered "yes". But they don't tell you why. ....anyone know? My guess is Replenish is some sort of hormone like a Premarin; otherwise, I dont understand why I was disqualified.

June 13, 2015 - 3:43pm
EmpowHER Guest

Well, what the heck is Replenish?! A drug? An herbal remedy? Why don't they even give people one ounce of information on what this "treatment" is? Do they really think women are going to be so desperate or stupid to just sign up for some unknown treatment with NO information on it whatsoever? And why are women with any thyroid disease disqualified? That's b.s. NO THANKS.

May 4, 2015 - 6:26pm
EmpowHER Guest

Why does having a hysterectomy disqualify a woman from this study?
What are the options for a women who's had a hysterectomy and nothing helps hot flashes?

January 14, 2015 - 6:18am
EmpowHER Guest

Hot Flashes are brutal

November 21, 2014 - 6:06pm
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