Find the medication without the guesswork!When it comes to psychiatric medications and dosages, one size doesn’t fit all. And the process of experimenting with various medications and dosages can take time, cause negative side effects and require expensive and reoccurring trips to the physician and pharmacy. Through genetic testing, you and your physician can determine the most effective treatment plan for you.
A Faster, More Confident RouteMental Health DNA Insight® helps you understand your body’s likely response to 50+ psychiatric medications so you and your physician can make more informed decisions regarding your treatment plan.
- Valproic Acid
Norepinephrine Reuptake Inhibitor
- Dextromethorphan and Quinidine
Make Informative DecisionsThe enzymes your body produces to metabolize medications are determined by your genetics. Your unique genotype also specifies how active your body is in creating the necessary enzymes. Your enzyme levels influence how you react to different medications. The traditional way of finding the right medication requires trial and error.
Reduce Your Risk of Negative Side EffectsSome medications can cause adverse reactions, from irritating side effects to life-threatening complications. Genetic testing can reveal which medications are not compatible with the enzymes that your body creates, helping you and your physician chose or avoid medications.
Save Time and MoneyCo-pays, deductibles and prescription costs can add up when you’re trying to find the right medication and dosage. Knowing your ideal medication based on your genetics means you can save on costly trips to the pharmacy.
See What Personalized, Genetic Medicine Can Do For YouDecipher your genetics to find an accurate medication match that doesn’t rely on guesswork or trial-and-error experimentations. Mental Health DNA Insight can help you and your physician find a treatment plan that works best for you. With Mental Health DNA Insight, you’ll learn:
- How you are likely to respond to 50+ psychiatric medications used in the treatment of depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, epilepsy, seizures, ADHD, schizophrenia, and other neurological disorders
- Which medications should be used with caution and may cause adverse side effects
- Which medications may require higher or lower dosages