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Can Latuda be cut in half?

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7 Feb 2014

No it can't.

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msbliss 16 Apr 2015

Yes it can. I was prescribed 40 mg and it made me really sick to my stomach.(Yes I did eat the required amt of calories with it too) Doc told me to take 1/2 and I did and am ok. I've been on it over a year and I still can't take a 40 mg pill without getting sick.

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