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If your doctor prescribes LATUDA, you may be eligible to save on co-pays.
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WHAT IS LATUDA?

An effective treatment option for bipolar depression

You may be asking, what is LATUDA? LATUDA is a once-a-day prescription medicine approved as a treatment for bipolar depression in adults. LATUDA was shown in clinical studies to be effective for many people struggling with bipolar depression.


LATUDA is the first medication approved for bipolar depression that can be taken either on its own (known as monotherapy) or with a mood-stabilizing medication (adjunctive therapy), either lithium or valproate. LATUDA is one of a class, or type, of medication known as atypical antipsychotics. With LATUDA, as with any other prescription medicine, some people may experience side effects.

If you're struggling with bipolar depression, there are treatment options.

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Watch our commercial to learn more about LATUDA as a treatment option for bipolar depression.
After you've seen the ad, ask your doctor if LATUDA may be right for you.

Are you wrestling with your own bipolar depression? Ask your doctor if LATUDA is right for you. Download the Now You're Talking Doctor Guide and take it along to your next appointment to help you get the most out of your discussion.

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LATUDA is part of a class of medications called atypical antipsychotics that treats bipolar depression symptoms. More >


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