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Melatonin and Contractions in Pregnant Women

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Effects of Light on Melatonin and Contractions in Pregnant Women

Specific Aim: Test the hypothesis that ocular light exposure will suppress melatonin secretion and reduce uterine contractions in women at late term pregnancies. Secondary aim. Test the hypothesis that ocular light exposure will reduce self-reported uterine contractions in women at late term pregnancies.

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No pharmaceutical medication involved common.study.methods.has-drugs-no
Patients and healthy individuals accepted common.study.methods.is-healthy-no

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Ocular light exposure to a red wavelength light for one or two nights

Device - Lighting2

Ocular light exposure to a blue/green wavelength light for one night

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Ocular light exposure to a red wavelength light (Device 1) on night 1 and to a blue/green wavelength light (Device 2) for on night 2

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Effects of Light on Melatonin and Contractions in Pregnant Women

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NCT01863446

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