Are you pregnant? Do you have endometriosis and/or have you taken Orilissa® (elagolix) prescribed by your doctor? If so, you may be able to take part in a North American pregnancy registry. Some eligible women will have taken Orilissa during early pregnancy, before realizing they were pregnant. However, you do not have to have taken Orilissa to participate.Get more info on the registry
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Many pregnant women take medication during pregnancy. Often, the effect of the medication or treatment on the pregnancy or health of an unborn baby is not known because pregnant women are excluded from most research studies. Pregnancy registries are set up to collect information about medications that women have taken, either knowingly during pregnancy or before they knew they were pregnant. This information can then be used by women and their healthcare providers in the future to help make more informed decisions about medication use before and during pregnancy.
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