... as well?
Latuda is only indicated for bipolar depression not bipolar l. It also carries the same pregnancy/breastfeeding risks as Saphris.
Sorry, I guess that isn't good news. I would consult with your OB/GYN and psychiatrist for professional advice.
Best regards, Wildcat
My understanding is Latuda is used for bipolar depression. If you don't get depressed, I don't think it would be a good med for you.
Hi, I been on it for a while like 4 years. I had severe side effects from it. It lasted an entire year. But I lost a lot of weight and does not have a drugged out effect on me. It has helped me mentality. So much so that I have stayed out of the hospital. I still have the regular side effects of all antipsychotics. I'm 50 so I have been on a lot of them. I personally would not take it if you are pregnant. Doctor's do not know how it will effect your baby. They lied to me about paxcil cr when I was pregnant. Think about what is best for your baby. I sure hope you have a beautiful, healthy, happy baby.
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