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The Rosetta study is comparing two therapies for urge urinary incontinence. The two therapies are Botox®, a medication injected into the bladder versus InterStim® Therapy, a reversible treatment that uses mild electrical pulses to stimulate nerves going to your bladder (neuromodulation) that influence bladder function. (REF# pro00034631)
Antibiotic Prophylaxis for UTI in Patients Requiring Catheterization After Gynecologic Surgery
Study purpose: to determine if antibiotic treatment for patients who require catheterization to assist with voiding after surgery will help decrease the rate of urinary tract infections in the post operative period (REF# Pro00025269)
Double-Blind Randomized Controlled Trial of MiraLAX versus Placebo to Prevent Constipation Following Urogynecologic Surgery in Women Receiving Routine Docusate Sodium
Purpose: to determine if a small daily dose of an over- the-counter laxative will help improve bowel function in the week following pelvic surger (REF# Pro00035126)
The Effects of Depot-Provera on Metabolic Rate in Premenopausal Women
We are seeking healthy women, age 18-35, not recently on hormone therapy, who are scheduled for depot-Provera injection. (REF# Pro00037251)