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Abilify 20 mg Tablets

Abilify® (aripiprazole) is a prescription antipsychotic medication used for treating schizophrenia, depression, autism, and bipolar disorder. It comes in liquid and tablet form.
 
Abilify tablets are available in numerous strengths, including:
 
  • Abilify 2 mg tablets
  • Abilify 5 mg tablets
  • Abilify 10 mg tablets
  • Abilify 15 mg tablets
  • Abilify 20 mg tablets
  • Abilify 30 mg tablets
  • Abilify Discmelt® 10 mg orally disintegrating tablets
  • Abilify Discmelt 15 mg orally disintegrating tablets.
     
The recommended starting Abilify dose for schizophrenia in adults is 10 mg to 15 mg once daily. For adolescents 13 to 17 years old, the recommended starting dosage is 2 mg once daily. For this age group, your healthcare provider will increase your dose to Abilify 10 mg once daily after a week or so.
 
For the treatment of bipolar disorder in adults, the recommended starting dosage is 15 mg once a day. Children and adolescents 10 to 17 years old typically start with Abilify 2 mg once daily. Your healthcare provider will increase your dose as needed.
 
The recommended starting Abilify dosage for treating major depression in adults is 2 mg to 5 mg once daily.
 
For treating autism in children age 6 through 17, a starting dosage of Abilify 2 mg daily is usually recommended. If necessary, the child's healthcare provider may increase the dose up to 15 mg daily.
 
(Click Abilify Dosage for more information about Abilify 20 mg tablets, to find out when and how to take the medicine, and for a list of important factors that your healthcare provider will consider before making a dosing recommendation for your particular situation.)
 
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