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... dude, alcohol and lexapro aint a problem. if it was id be dead. ... (10 replies)
... Highly unadvised. Before my depression I was 192 lbs of lean muscle and was able to drink plenty, make it through the night and remember everything the next day with little to no hangover. ... (10 replies)
... It is not advisable to drink with any of the SSRI's of which Lexapro is one. ... (10 replies)

... thanks everyone... i guess i am going to experiment, like say drink a glass of wine and work my way up from there... i am not going to hit the hard liquors though... if i feel horrible, i guess sober is the way to go... so until then... ... (10 replies)
... ok, I was on lexapro and didn't exactly follow my doctors orders about avoiding alcohol. I have gone to the hospital twice due to being drunk on lexapro. ... (10 replies)
... The prescribing literature on Lexapro says that it doesn't potentiate the effects of alchol. ... (10 replies)
... seems like it would mess you up...i would not do it...like i know xanax and alcahol will mess you up... ... (10 replies)
... i have a quick question...i dont know if this was asked before... but can you drink alcohol while on lexapro? ... (10 replies)
Lexapro and beer
Dec 18, 2008
... I currently take 10 mg of lexapro every day. I know your not supposed to drink alcohol on lexapro but what if I didn't take lexapro on the day I drink. Any suggestions? ... (0 replies)
... Wasn't sure what you meant by "drink a glass of wine & work my way up from there". Sounded like more than 2 drinks (8oz) were being considered. Positive4U :) (10 replies)
... My dr.says I can have 2 drinks per day if I so choose.8oz.max.I drink red wine,it gives me an appetite..............besides,I enjoy a glass of wine with my meal,esp.when we go out......... (10 replies)
... I'm just curiuos, were you in the hospital because of a mental issue or did you have adverse thing going on with your body.... i.e. liver or heart (10 replies)
... From your post yes, I think your dad both a drinking and drug problem. I also think the family doctor is the one prescribing the most harm. ... (3 replies)
... months ago I checked into a clinic for alcohol abuse. At the time they took my Ativan and made me cold turkey it. A total nightmare. I can't even do it justice in words. Coming out of the hospital they had me on depakote, zyprexa, and lexapro. ... (3 replies)
... foamy at times, not constantly but enough that I notice when it happens. This is new and never happened before I started taking these meds and really wasn't happening in the first months of starting them either. ... (0 replies)
... that the spouse has a right to call the doctor and let them know that there is a problem. The doctor may drop him all together. I take Lexapro and it is supposed to be regulated at a normal dose everyday. ... (3 replies)
... ve you anything thats on his shelf which is how he made my illness worse, but thats another story. a therapist who deals with the whole depression thing with him and a alcoholic abuse doctor who gives him meds to keep him from drinking. ... (3 replies)
... Just to let you know hun, I had a bad reaction to an SSRI from stopping it after just 4 days. I was put in the hospital for this. I was hallucinating and seeing bright colors and my legs would shake uncontrollably. I do not do drugs, drink, or smoke. ... (17 replies)
... For the last 4 months I have been taking 40 mg of Lexapro and .5 of Xanax daily. I never have or have had any panic attacks, but I am always worried about combining my medication and heavy alcohol drinking on weekends. ... (0 replies)




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