I don’t always feel like eating when I take Latuda. Can I just double the dose?
Hi, nic! Well, not eating WILL reduce the amount of medication absorbed by about half, but it's one heck of an expensive way to do it and not totally reliable!!
All you need to eat is about 350 calories... isn't there one meal or snack a day that you could eat that much? Even just peanut butter on whole wheat and an apple?
I usually don't eat much of anything during the day so I always take mine after I eat dinner which is my big meal.
Best regards, Wildcat
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