... to start him on any medications because of his paternal and maternal issues with schizophrenia. i understand that lexapro may be triggering issues. he is anxious and very active. r my fears warrented or m i being overly dramatic?
If his psychiatrist ordered it for him, I would say you have to treat the issues he has, not worry about issues he might have later. If he starts to display other issues he can be taken off of it. However, if you have these concerns you should talk to the doctor who prescribes it, and tell him how you feel.
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