Periods, Birth Control and Kidney Disease survey

Researchers from the University of Calgary are conducting a research study to describe self-assessed periods and birth control use among female patients with kidney disease across the globe. Abnormal periods are common but understudied in women with kidney disease and although pregnancies in kidney disease are often risky for both mom and baby, birth control use in this population is unknown.

We wish to explore these important women’s health topics and use this knowledge to improve clinical care in the context of gynecologic, reproductive, and kidney health.

This survey will help describe how female patients with kidney disease assess their own periods and birth control use. The survey should take no more than 5-15 minutes to complete and there will be a chance to win 1 in 10 Amazon gift cards ($50 CAD). Please see the link below for further information and to complete the survey. to the survey.


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