Smoking, Pregnancy, and Postpartum Study
Join a compensated research study funded by the National Institutes of Health for women who have quit smoking or would like to quit smoking and remain smoke-free postpartum.
Compensation Provided
18 - 40 Years Old
Fast Facts
Pregnant or Newly Postpartum Women
Smoker interested in quitting or Recently Quit Smoking
Tobacco Research Programs in Minneapolis, MN
Remote or In Person Appointments
Study Background
The goal of our study is to determine if progesterone can help women quit smoking or stay smoke-free postpartum.

Ultimately we hope to reduce secondhand smoke exposure to women and their families.

The FDA-approved medication progesterone is a naturally occurring hormone that increases during pregnancy, and then drops after childbirth. Higher hormone levels seem to help women quit smoking and stay smoke-free.
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