Get the right medications for depression, anxiety, and more
Do you or a loved one struggle with depression, anxiety, or other mental health issues? Are you having trouble finding medication that works?
You’re not alone. In fact, 50% of patients with depression do not respond to their first treatment.1 Finding the right medication can often be a process of trial and error, which costs valuable time and money and often causes side effects.
Now there’s a solution to help your doctor get your medications right the first time. Co-developed with Mayo Clinic, the RightMed® test helps determine which medications and dosages may work best for you, based on your DNA. View our medication list or DOWNLOAD OUR PATIENT TOOLKIT to learn more.
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Your DNA can have a major influence on how you process medications. In fact, genetic factors can account for up to 95% of how you respond to medications.2
The RightMed test analyzes your DNA to predict how you may respond to HUNDREDS OF MEDICATIONS for MANY MEDICAL CONDITIONS, including depression, anxiety, psychosis, ADHD, and more. This insight may help increase the effectiveness of your medications, reduce side effects, and save time and money.
Watch the video to learn more about the about the RightMed test.
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“Carly is 17 years old, and for 10 years we struggled to control her anxiety, ADHD, and depression until we found the RightMed test,” Carly’s mom, Sandy, says. “I’m forever grateful and thrilled to know OneOme exists.”
Fill out this form and pay $349 by credit card, HSA card, or PayPal.
Once the kit is shipped to you, perform a simple cheek swab. Activate your kit online, then mail it back. An independent physician will review your information and order your test.
Once your results are ready, schedule a phone consult with a board-certified genetic counselor to receive and discuss your results.
Share your RightMed test report with your doctors so they can use it as part of your care, both now and in the future.