Why is my dose of RYTARY higher than my old dose?
will be different, too
Because the way RYTARY delivers medication into your body is different from other forms of CD/LD, your dose of RYTARY will not be the same as the dose of your old CD/LD medication.
In fact, because of its unique technology, it’s normal for your dose of RYTARY to be higher than the dose of whatever previous CD/LD medication you’d been taking.
RYTARY is not a one-dose-fits-all type of medication
Capsules may not be representative of actual size.
It’s important to be open and honest with your healthcare provider
provider is key
The goal of treatment should be to find the dose of RYTARY that can help you feel more like yourself. And finding that dose requires communication with your healthcare provider about how you’re doing. We suggest checking in with your healthcare provider 1 to 3 days after starting RYTARY, especially if you’re experiencing any of the following:
It might take some time, but it’ll be worth it to find the dose that works best for you.
The dos and don’ts of taking RYTARY
Like with any new medication, it’s important to understand what to do and not to do when taking RYTARY. For example: