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Is Psychosis Curable?

Is psychosis curable? I have been taking medication from 2003 (drug name -aripiprazole) to the present and now I think I am perfectly all right . So thinks doctor, but he is still continuing the medication and calls it maintaince therapy (aripiprazole 10 mg ).

I am 22 years old and want to know whether or not the psychosis is curable. I don't mind taking medication for the rest of my life but will have to prepare my mind for the same.

So, is my doctor correct that I have been cured completely?

Thanking you in advance.

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