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Depression affects the lives of approximately 15 million adults in the United States.
Even though many people with depression have taken an antidepressant, it's not uncommon for some to still experience symptoms of depression (often called "unresolved" symptoms of depression).
A large study showed that 2 out of 3 people taking an antidepressant still experienced unresolved symptoms of depression.
So, if you have been taking an antidepressant for at least 6 weeks and still have symptoms of depression, talk with your doctor about your options. There may be more he or she can do to help.
Important Safety InformationPatients should not use ABILIFY (aripiprazole) if they are allergic to aripiprazole or any of the ingredients in ABILIFY. Allergic reactions have ranged from rash, hives and itching to anaphylaxis, which may include difficulty breathing, tightness in the chest, and swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue. See More Safety Information
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"Both my doctor and I realized that I may be able to do better than where I was with treating my depression." —Roy, real ABILIFY patient
Roy is taking ABILIFY (aripiprazole) along with his antidepressant to help treat his unresolved symptoms of depression. He has volunteered to share his experience and has not been paid by the makers of ABILIFY. Individual results may vary.
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What Your Doctor Needs to Know In addition to your depressive symptoms, tell your doctor about how your depression may be affecting you. More