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PREGABALIN INSOMNIA STUDY



Purpose:

To find out if using pregabalin is people with epilepsy and insomnia can improve sleep

Inclusion criteria:

Age 18-50, 2 or fewer seizures per month, stable antiepileptic drug regimen, complaint of insomnia without other definite sleep disorders

Study participation lasts for 7 weeks and involves a physical exam, completing questionnaires, keeping a sleep and seizure diary, and having 3 overnight sleep studies. This is a double-blind crossover study and subjects will take both pregabalin and a placebo.

Please contact Robert Pelgrift (212-305-1617; rp2236@columbia.edu).

















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