18 Oct 2011
Hey Dave, usually latuda is used for the treatment of schizophrenia, that is the manufacturer's stated purpose for the drug, but it appears that some psychiatrists use it as an off-label drug for bipolar disorder. But it has not yet gained FDA approval for primary treatment of bipolar, so it's hard to venture a guess as to it's effectiveness for severe depression.
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- Side Effects of Latuda (detailed)
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Or could it be 175 calories for full effect. Also would this be less impact on the D2 receptor (restless movements)Thank you for your help.
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