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Opioid Induced Constipation

Do You Have Constipation Caused by Prescription Pain Medication?

The COMPOSE Study is Now Seeking Participants

Constipation is a common side effect of prescription pain medication. For those managing chronic pain, finding relief from constipation can be especially challenging.
Introducing a clinical research study evaluating an oral investigational drug to see if it may provide relief of constipation caused by prescription pain medication. If you are managing chronic pain and are struggling to find relief from constipation, the COMPOSE study may be an option for you.

You may be eligible to participate if you:

  • Have had non-cancer-related pain for three months or longer, and have been taking a prescription pain medication for at least one month
  • Have, on average, fewer than three bowel movements a week
  • Have tried, or are currently taking a laxative

All eligible study participants will receive at no cost:

  • Comprehensive study-related consultation with the study doctor
  • Investigational drug or placebo (an inactive substance)
  • Study-related visits, care, and monitoring