She said that the lexapro should help with my anxiety. I hope so. I am starting tonight. Hopefullly this is the wonder drug that i have been waiting for. LOL!!!
Hi nenag and hello Von. Nice to see you.So you saw your psychiatrist, good for you. Glad that you saw her. Oh, as to the lexapro (duh ), reason why I'm posting here, I stopped taking it. Not because of any major side-effects, well actually one. feeling out and out tired. really tuckered out. It helped my anxiety somewhat. Not like a benzodiazipine would, but I don't care for the benzos. I've too a addictive personality for my own good. ha! Ok, time to shut the cmpter down, and cook up a super supper. This evening its meatloaf and rice. (cooked, meaning the rice and its brown) Take care ladies. Oh, I'll save you a plate if you like. :-0) dessert is plain old vanilla and caramel ice-cream.Have a great evening.
I was on Lexparo for a short while but it was a medication that seemed to work well for me, I took it in combination with low dose xanax, it seemed to work sooner than some I've heard of and it is my sincere hope that this will also have the same effect on you, I think it depends on the individual and with the Lexapro it seemed to have enough of a positive effect that even though it usually takes longer especially to get the full effect just to be able to notice the difference was a big help! I wish you the very best
I took Lexapro for a relatively short period of time along with a low dose of xanax, It seemed as though I could notice that it helped really sooner than I thought after I had been on it for about 3-4 weeks I could tell a more signifigant difference I wish you the very best and I do hope that this does help.
My hubby who is bipolar has been on Zoloft for nearly 8 years. For a long time I thought it was the wonder drug of the century, but have noticed his mood s have not been good at all for months now. Last week his doctor added Wellbutrin to the mix (just 75mg> because of his diabetes must go slowly), but I have already noticed a big difference in his mood. He says he doesn't really feel much different, but with all his problems physically, I imagine he doesn't. I told him I could tell a big difference just in his interreactions with me. I know this is not Lexapro, & I do wish you the best. I guess what I am trying to say is sometimes it take awhile to find the :right" med or mixture before you find the right one. And as Pledge has always said, sometimes you have to change after awhile too. I wish you the best with your new med, & hope that it will help you feel better soon...
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