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Summer Heat and Hot Flashes

Tuesday, July 21st, 2020

This summer looks a little different than past years.  Did you ever think you would be walking on the beach with a mask on?  Or, did you ever think you wouldn’t be able to actually get on the beach due to limited capacity?  We are completely on board with social distancing and flattening the curve! We get it!   One thing about summer remains the same – heat and humidity!  For women suffering with hot flashes, there seems to be no relief.

Coastal Connecticut Research is currently involved with hot flash research.  Postmenopausal women who have been living with hot flashes and night sweats have been coming forward to participate in a study evaluating an investigational medication for the condition.  The study is continuing to enroll qualified local women who may be experiencing these symptoms and who have an interest in participating in research.  We thank all volunteers! Some women have referred to hot flashes as “their own personal summer.”  We understand your personal summer can be a big bummer, even more so when it’s 95 and humid!

People who wish to learn more about research are encouraged to contact us.  We are happy to share information with you.  E-mail, text the keyword CCR to 74121 and we’ll call you back, or simply give us a ring at (860)443-4567.  We look forward to connecting!

Stay Informed About Research Study Options

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

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If you are a woman who experiences frequent hot flashes, you may feel that your condition is an obstacle to your daily activities.  Symptoms may be uncomfortable, and their inconvenient timing may feel out of control or even embarrassing.

Two thirds of American women experience hot flashes in their lifetime.  If you have gone through menopause and are living with hot flashes you may be eligible to participate in a clinical research study.

We are evaluating a non-hormonal option for hot flashes.  Study related medical care provided at no cost and reimbursement is available for time and travel.

Local Study Gynecologists include Dr. Robert Spitz and Dr. Craig McKnight.  Call to (860)443-4567 to speak to a member of the CCRstudies team  or take the online pre-screener at