What is the GeneSight test?

The GeneSight Psychotropic test analyzes how your genes may affect your outcomes with certain antidepressants. The process is easy and painless.

Step 1

Your doctor collects a DNA sample by painlessly swabbing the inside of your cheek.

Step 2

The sample is sent to our lab for analysis.

Step 3

After we receive your sample, your doctor will typically get test results in about 2 days.

Step 4

Your doctor can contact our Medical Affairs team for a consultation. Your doctor can then review the results with you on your next visit.

What is the GeneSight® test?
The GeneSight Psychotropic test analyzes how your genes may affect the way you respond to antidepressants. The process is easy and painless.
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The most important step you can take is to talk to your doctor. If you think genetic testing could be helpful for you or someone you care for, download our doctor discussion guide.

Are you Struggling with Medication Trial & Error?

Your genes might hold the answer.

A number of factors impact the way medications work – including drug/drug interactions, food/drug interactions, lifestyle factors, age and allergies.

Your unique genetic profile determines the rate at which your body will metabolize a certain antidepressant.

If an antidepressant spends too much time in your body, it can have unintended side effects. If an antidepressant spends too little time in your body, it may be ineffective for treatment.
Medication is broken down very slowly. May experience side effects at standard doses.
Slow rate of metabolism. May have too much medication at standard doses, potentially causing side effects.
Normal rate of metabolism. Has normal amount of medication at standard doses.
Medication is rapidly broken down. Medication may be removed from system too quickly to provide symptom relief.
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Factors that may impact medication response

How your genes affect your medication success

How your body metabolizes antidepressants and the role your genes play

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Cost: The GeneSight Promise

Insurance can be complicated, and we want you to feel comfortable knowing what you’ll owe. We promise that if your cost could be more than $330, we’ll call you before we process your test.

We offer a financial assistance program for insured patients who qualify.

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This story is one patient or healthcare provider’s personal experience with GeneSight. Others may not have the same experience or outcome. Do not make any changes to your current medications or dosing without consulting your healthcare provider. The GeneSight test must be ordered by and used only in consultation with a healthcare provider who can prescribe medications.