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Posted 16 Feb 2013 by AnnieBHappy • 21 answers
Okay, another thing I'm contemplating is trying to take my Fluoxetine at night instead of the morning. I did this also when I was taking Cipralex (a.k.a. Lexapro/escitalopram) and it worked better for me, as if I'd take the Cipralex in the morning, I'd end up having to work my way ...
Posted 12 Apr 2012 by nvchris • 50 answers
I started taking the generic manufactured by Mylan and had severe headaches. Had to stop. Has anyone else experienced this?
Posted 7 Feb 2013 by adolph • 2 answers
Just want to know if they are the same drug, or if there is a differance because of the spelling.
Posted 7 Oct 2013 by Lorz • 11 answers
Hi there. My doctor prescribed me generic Lexapro (escitalopram) for mild situational depression and generalized anxiety. I have read many negative reviews about the generic versus the name brand, but most of those reviews seem to come from people who switched from the name brand to generic ...
Posted 18 Aug 2009 by Lyla123 • 11 answers
I have been taking pills for Generalized anxiety disorder for the past 5 years. I am taking Escitalopram Oxalate and Clonozepam on Doctors advice. My question is whether I will be able to stop these medicines one day ? or I will have to take these type of medicines for the rest of my life?
Posted 8 Apr 2013 by empire5sb • 7 answers
I'm currently taking the generic Escitalopram 20mg (1 1/2 week so far) with 2mg of Risperdal. Nothing's happening. I read some reviews that the brand Lexapro is more effective than the generic. Should I have gotten the brand instead of the generic? Is the brand better than the generic?
Posted 21 Sep 2013 by Chrys5 • 3 answers
I am just checking to see if lexapro and celexa are 2 totally different medicines or if they are really close to being the same.
Posted 20 Nov 2014 by Eagle74 • 3 answers
I have been taking Lexapro for 2 years and have had pretty bad neck and shoulder pain most of the time, and my sleep apnea has gotten worse (I have a physical in December and will address this issue with my Doctor) in the last 4 to 6 months I am having big problems with short term memory loss such ...
Posted 21 Nov 2011 by ade1971 • 5 answers
I'm taking wellbutrin 300 er which has been working well. But am now dealing with a bone infection that has a greater than 50% chance of ending with amputation. So I went to my doc for help with the resulting anxiety which is very high. So he gave me some Lexapro (Cipralex, in Canada where I ...
Posted 8 Dec 2009 by Mandalay • 7 answers
Is there a generic form of Lexapro?
Posted 6 Nov 2009 by SandyGloss • 1 answer
Posted 15 Nov 2012 by sn1295 • 2 answers
My doctor has prescribed me to take nexcital, a drug containing escitalopram. This has been given to me for panic attacks and anxiety problems. After taking this drug I have experienced side effects such as dry mouth and frequent drop and rise in my blood pressure. Is the drug affecting my blood ...
Posted 2 days 7 hours ago by Vanna88 • 1 answer
I was just prescribed lexapro (generic) and was reading some reviews and kinda nervous every to take it. Just looking for some feed back from ppl that have been taking it. When I picked it up from the pharmacy the pharmacy tech was really pushing that I talk to the pharmacist. I was prescribed 10 ...
Posted 30 Dec 2016 by motherofde • 1 answer
... dosage who has or is taking it
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