Your initial prescription with Frida will cover about 30 days.
Around the 30-day mark, you'll need to evaluate your progress by completing your assessment forms again, including a new form called the “Medication response form” to assess how you are feeling on your new medication. You will also schedule your follow-up appointment at this time.
At your appointment, you'll discuss how you're feeling, and if needed, adjustments will be made to your medication dosage (titration). Your clinician will also determine the cadence of your appointments moving forward. In general, during the titration phase, patients meet with their clinician every 4-8 weeks and are issued prescriptions to cover the length of time in-between those appointments.
For the best results, it's crucial to re-complete your assessment forms and attend follow-up appointments about every 4 to 8 weeks as needed until you attain your optimal dose. Your clinician will thoroughly reassess your progress and well-being at each follow-up appointment.
The time to achieve stability on your medication varies from person to person. Patients who have reached an optimal dose with their treatment plan typically require one appointment every 3 to 6 months moving forward.
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