DISCOVER THE
POSSIBILITIES OF
TREATMENT WITH
PERSERIS

Imagine your life with PERSERIS (risperidone) — a once-monthly* injectable treatment to help control the symptoms of schizophrenia.

PERSERIS is an injection given by a healthcare provider. If you are new to risperidone, your healthcare provider will give you a small oral dose to test for side effects prior to treatment. Some patients, depending on their current risperidone dose, may not be candidates for PERSERIS.

Why PERSERIS?

In clinical trials, PERSERIS was shown to reduce the symptoms of schizophrenia in adults. Can PERSERIS help you? Get questions to ask your healthcare provider and discover the possibilities below:

PERSERIS is

1 dose,
once a month.*

If you are new to risperidone, your healthcare provider will give you a small oral dose to test for side effects prior to treatment.

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PERSERIS is an injection given by a healthcare provider. If you are new to risperidone, your healthcare provider will give you a small oral dose to test for side effects prior to treatment. Some patients, depending on their current risperidone dose, may not be candidates for PERSERIS.

PERSERIS is designed to

steadily

deliver medicine

all month long.

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So there is

no need to worry

about taking your schizophrenia medication

every day.

If you're already taking oral risperidone, there are

no daily risperidone pills to take when you start.*

If you are new to risperidone, your healthcare provider will give you a small oral dose to test for side effects prior to treatment.

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And

no daily schizophrenia medication during treatment.

PERSERIS is a

long-acting form

of risperidone.

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Risperidone

is a medication that has been used in

other treatments of schizophrenia

in adults.

Is PERSERIS right for you? Get our Healthcare Provider Discussion Guide.

Whether you have schizophrenia or care for someone who does, learn what questions to ask a healthcare provider about PERSERIS.

Have questions about how to take PERSERIS?

PERSERIS is an injectable medication given by a healthcare provider once a month.

What about side effects?

It is good to know that PERSERIS is a long-acting form of risperidone and has a similar side effect profile to oral risperidone.

Some of the most common side effects of PERSERIS include weight gain; constipation; drowsiness; pain in arms, legs, back, or muscles; restlessness; feeling excessive worry or nervousness; and pain or redness at the injection site.