Short answer: yes. The question I have to ask you: why have you not tried another rx prior? Next question: where is your physician & why has s/he not suggested an alternative? You are the customer of this doc and if this doc is not doing a good job for you - fire them and hire another. My directness is not intended to be rude but you are dealing with something important: you.
Hi, viking! If you've been taking a high dose of Lexapro (30mg once daily) for that long with no improvement of your symptoms it's high time to get to your doctor and talk about a change in medication! If your doctor is aware that you've had no improvement, it's time to find a new doctor.
Good luck and Best Wishes! WCV
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