How does his med work? Which transmitters? Is it like Lexapro, or Wellbutrin or Pristiq?
6 Aug 2011
Viibryd, a very new antidepressant, is an SSRI. It works on the neurotransmitter serotonin. Of the other antidepresssants you mention, Viibryd would be most similar to Lexapro, another SSRI. It is not the same as Lexapro, just in the same category as it.
- Lexapro Drug Information
- Pristiq Drug Information
- Wellbutrin Drug Information
- Viibryd Drug Information
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