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What Does The Drug Lexapro Look Like
Is there a good substitute for lexapro?
It is extremely expensive and my insurance does not cover it. It was the one drug that worked well for me
Lexapro: While Celexa is one option, and does contain the active ingredient in lexapro, escitalopram, the generic of Lexapro is also available and is probably far less expensive than the brand name medication. You should ask your pharmacist if escitalopram can be substituted and check with your doctor if he or she has written your rx as "dispense as written.". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Also called escitalopram, it is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor, used for treatment of depression, anxiety disorders. It is the isomer of citalopram (celexa), originally introduced as a refined form of Celexa with fewer adverse effects. Daily doses range from 10 mg. To 40 mg. , average 20mg. Main side-effects involve ...Read more
Could you please tell me what drug would be causing the groggy feeling. 15mg Lexapro or 20mg amitrypiline for pain.Thanks?
Pcp tells me Lexapro is a very "clean drug". I think i understand what that means, but anyone care to elaborate?
How can I maintain/ lose weight taking lexapro? Drug works great for me don't wanna quit. However I've gained 40 pounds since taking.
Could you please tell me which drug is causing a hangover feeling in the morning, 20mg Lexapro or 10mg tyrptizol. Thanks?
Tryptizol: Most likely the tryptizol (amitriptyline) as it causes drowsiness. Also, there is a drug interaction between lexapro and tryptizol that increases the level of tryptizol in your body. And the risk of a dangerous condition called serotonin syndrome is increased when these 2 drugs are combined. ...Read more
Is generic wellubutrin or generic Lexapro a safer drug to take? Which drug is most likely to make me laugh and feel chippery more? How long should I give the wellebutrin to notice if it's working?
4-6 weeks for effect: Both medications have their own set of risks and benefits. Escitalopram is an ssri, and in very broad terms ssris may be better for most forms of anxiety than a dnri such as bupropion. Both are equally effective in treating clinical depression, which is different than being happy and gregarious. Bupropion can be more activating. Talk with the prescribing physician regarding your concerns. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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