Treating OCD in Children & Adolescents: Common concerns

When children and adolescents seek help at Rogers for obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), they have often tried medications without encouraging results, even after taking a gene-drug interaction test. Dr. Stephanie Eken explains how previous medication trials influence treatment and dosage.

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