What is Difficult to Treat Depression?
Difficult to Treat Depression* (DTD) is a failure to achieve response or remission following two or more treatments used at an adequate dose and duration. More than 2.7 million American adults suffer from the burden of Difficult to Treat Depression.
Fewer People Find Relief With Each Medication They Try
Depression may continue even with traditional treatments, such as medication or talk therapy. In fact, more than 6 in 10 people fail to successfully achieve complete relief from major depression with their first medication.
SYMMETRY® is indicated for the adjunctive long-term treatment of chronic or recurrent depression for patients 18 years of age or older who are experiencing a major depressive episode and have not had an adequate response to four or more adequate antidepressant treatments.