Here are a couple of places to look:
We hold an online research registry here: iapmd.org/studies-clinical-trials, where you can view observational and clinical trials - plus learn more about how the trials work!
You can also visit clinicaltrials.gov for preregistered clinical trials for PMDD. You can check once a month or so to see if any new studies have been posted.
ClinicalTrials.gov lists clinical studies funded or sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), other federal agencies, and private industry. NIH developed the database in collaboration with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
To search ClinicalTrials.gov, go to https://clinicaltrials.gov/ and search for “premenstrual dysphoric disorder,” “premenstrual syndrome,” or simply “premenstrual.” Then click “recruiting” or “not yet recruiting” on the left, then hit “apply.”
Updated on 31 May 2023
Dr. Liisa Hantsoo
Clinical Psychologist & Assistant Professor at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine