augmentation therapy

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Augmentation therapy is a treatment strategy where a medication is added to an existing treatment regimen to enhance its effectiveness. It is commonly used in the treatment of depression when standard treatments, such as antidepressant medications, are not effective. Augmentation therapy can involve adding a second medication, such as an antipsychotic medication, to the existing treatment regimen to improve symptom control. It is typically prescribed and monitored by a healthcare professional.

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