I don’t see a thread for this topic, so stop me if this is common knowledge.
There exists a genetic test for Schizophrenia.
Depending upon the detail and depth of the test, a person can potentially learn a lot of useful information about themself and their biology from such a test.
Even better, the results of the test can be shared between specialists to better understand the patient’s biology and how that can impact medication, treatment and so on.
While there is no guarantee that a genetic test might reveal something new and actionable, it seems like a good idea to me.
My brother has had a genetic test done, which did confirm the genetic marker for Schizophrenia. But it also revealed some information that was used by his psychiatrist to help adjust his medication. If I remember correctly, he was switched from one AP to another, based on his metabolism and some other factors that were revealed by his test results.
Not saying you or your loved ones might see anything similar.
But it might be worth finding out.