cbd and birth control

Cbd and birth control

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The purpose of this study is to assess how Cannabidiol (CBD) impacts the effectiveness of oral contraceptive (birth control) pills and if CBD changes the possible side effects of birth control pills when CBD and birth control pills are taken at the same time.

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This study explores the potential interaction between CBD and birth control pills by assessing serum levels of the contraceptive steroid hormones ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel in birth control pill users when they also use CBD.

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Cbd and birth control

You are not at risk for pregnancy (you are not sexually active, use a barrier method of birth control, have a copper IUD, have a partner with a vasectomy, have had a tubal ligation yourself, or are in a same sex relationship)

You have regular menstrual cycles

This study is investigating the effect of cannabidiol (CBD) on oral contraceptive pills when taken together. We believe that CBD may either change how effective birth control pills are at preventing pregnancy, or may change the side effects birth control pill users experience. As part of this study, you will receive CBD and oral contraception, but you do not have to be sexually active to participate. Participation will last up to 4 months and include 9 visits to our clinic at OHSU.

Eligibility

You are a woman between the ages of 18 and 39

You are not currently using or have recently used THC and/or CBD products

You are in good general heath

Compensation

You have a BMI of 29 or less

You are not currently using hormonal contraception