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... weeks.........kind of like they do if you start taking a cholesterol medication. Lexapro has no know long term effects as of today. Take your medication! I was panic free for 8 years and they started creeping back up on me........well I've had 2 this year...... ... (3 replies)
... Doctor prescribed me Lexapro for two months as a test? ... (3 replies)
... years on AD's as far as the study. It is also unknown if it actually would take that long for everybody, it's still a new discovery so who really knows at this point. ... (14 replies)

... What is considered "long-term"? Six months? Five years? (14 replies)
... to continue, but he tried to up my double my dose ....I was already taking 2 mgs.Ativan! That equals around 20 mgs. Valium! You see, I was taking it and because of tolerance, it didn't work well...and it wore off faster. So I started having massive panics when it wore off... ... (14 replies)
... honestly I do think there could be long term effects. I read that some studies were done and showed that paxil increased breast cancer in women who took it for just two years! ... (14 replies)
... term effects of discontinuing SSRi's, except maybe the brain's serotonin system would need a period of time to recover itself, so I suppose some depression could result for a period. ... (14 replies)
... I'm not sure what the long term effects are, but if you do a google search, you can probably find a bunch of sites that list them. ... (14 replies)
... What are the long term side effects (after stopping consumtion) of Paxil, Lexapro, and/or Ativan? (14 replies)
... Can Lexapro help getting off benzos easier? ... (1 replies)
... after almost 2 years. I "slowly" weaned off Lexapro...still on Wellbutrin, and having a hell of a time for no reason that I can discern. I'd really like to find someone who might be able to help. ... (14 replies)
... t mental disorders are the same as physical disease but don't want to play by the same rules as real disease. And god no, they will never admit that perhaps some of their psychoactive drugs might actually cause some neuros to get messed up. ... (14 replies)
... It took me forever to get off of Paxil after being on it for a year. ... (14 replies)
... That is truly amazing. Some doctors seem like they just want to cover the illness up and not do anything about it. I am the kind of person that doesn't give up, so if this psych doc isn't any good....then I will keep trying until I find a good one. If I have to drive 100 miles, I will. ... (14 replies)
... withdrawals. I would feel real good while on them and when I stopped them.......by the next day, I could not even get out of bed. ... (14 replies)
... A think his rule of thumb should be "don't believe everything you read online", not "never believe anything" because there is alot of accurate, good information out there, believe me. I had excellent, board certified doctors who didn't have a clue about my case. ... (14 replies)
... A good rule of thumb that my doctor has always told me is "never believe anything you read online". Not to say that EVERYTHING is wrong. But there are a lot of people out there who have their own opinions. If you want to know for sure, talk to your doctor. ... (14 replies)
... Hi :wave: I've been on all 3 benzo's. Xanex, Ativan, and now Klonopin. Klonopin, to me is the best. My doctor advised me that it is longer lasting and less addictive. He told me I could probably take it for a year if needed. I was taking Xanex and Ativan every 4-6 hours which was way too often, and it made me shaky when I started coming down. The Klonopin doesn't do... (12 replies)
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Apr 3, 2012
... I hear what you're saying. Like I said, Lexapro worked wonders for me. ... (6 replies)
... mg. for approximately a year each time. I am currently on no medication now, but still feel the effects of minor panic attacks that do impede me out in the public, or in the gym, etc. ... (20 replies)


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