GeneSight test results can inform healthcare providers about how someone may break down or respond to certain mental health medications and may help avoid multiple medication trials.
If you’re interested in taking the GeneSight test or registering to administer the GeneSight test, click below!
What is Genesight?
GeneSight Psychotropic is a pharmacogenomic test which means that it analyzes how your genes may affect medication outcomes. The GeneSight test analyzes clinically important genetic variations in your DNA. Results can inform your doctor about how you may break down or respond to certain medications commonly prescribed to treat depression, anxiety, ADHD, and other psychiatric conditions.
The GeneSight test must be ordered by your doctor or nurse practitioner. The test is a simple cheek swab taken in your healthcare provider’s office or can be sent by your doctor to be taken in the convenience of your home.