Last updated on June 2020

Fibromyalgia Research Study - Summit Research Network, Portland, Oregon


Brief description of study

Summit Research Network is enrolling in an investigational drug research study for fibromyalgia. Symptoms of fibromyalgia often include aches, pain, fatigue, pain when pressure is applied to certain places on the body called “tender points”, trouble sleeping, morning stiffness, headaches, problems with “foggy” thinking and memory. You may feel like you have a bad case of the flu that never goes away including heaviness in your arms and legs.

The investigational drug in this study is a one that has already been approved for pain (for muscle spasms) when taken by mouth. This study will evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the study drug in a different form and specifically for fibromyalgia when taken sublingually (under the tongue).

Study participation will last about from 15-19 weeks and includes 7 visits to the research center. After and up to 35 day screening period, study participants will be randomly assigned to either the investigational study drug or placebo (an inactive drug). Study drug will be given once a day at bedtime under the tongue.

 

Clinical Study Identifier: TX239671

Recruitment Status: Closed


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