Use Low Antipsychotic Doses When Adding to an Antidepressant

Strategies for augmenting antidepressants can help improve response.

Up to two-thirds of patients don't achieve remission with the first antidepressant that's tried.

Switching to another antidepressant makes sense if patients don't improve after trying an optimal dose of an antidepressant for 4 to 8 weeks...or it's not tolerated.

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