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A 17-year-old female asked:

lamictal upped to 200mg (latuda (lurasidone) -80mg , visteral -50mg 3) i was stable. now i'm beginning to feel mania, insomnia, and irritability again.

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Dr. Andrew Shiller
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 26 years experience
See your doc: if a person is on psychiatric medications, and after a change, they begin to experience new symptoms or recurrence of old ones, it's wise to get back to the person who changed the meds. In complex cases, Rarely does a psychiatrist find the right combination without trial and error. Everyone is an individual. It's your feedback that will help your doc know what works and doesn't work for you.

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