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... My Bp Varies But Is Within Normal Resting Heart Rate Is In The Low 60's. I Started Taking Lexapro Wed. And Then I Took My Dose Thur. Last Night My Resting Pulse Was 48. ... (7 replies)
... My resting heart rate dropped with Lexapro but my BP increased. Yes, it freaked me out. I stopped taking Lexapro because it increased my anxiety ten fold. Good luck. ... (7 replies)
... Any One Ever Experience A Decrease In Resting Heart Rate After Starting Lexapro? ... (7 replies)

... since then i am so frightened and keep checking it....damn this get over one fear then its on to another..... ... (7 replies)
... Well when starting a new ssri many people feel more anxious than usual. This is a regular thing when beginning an ssri, and very common. Sometimes it takes about a month before you will begin feeling therapeutic results from an ssri. ... (7 replies)
... Ever Since I Started Taking My Pulse All The Time.sometimes While Taking It On My Wrist I Feel Like It Pauses For A Second .i Dont Know If Its Because Im Scared And Im Holding My Breath.anyone Else Had That Due To Anxiety. I Just Want To Be Normal. I Know There Is Nothing Wrong With My Heart. ... (7 replies)
... No, not at all. But, every person is different. What is your BP and pulse? ... (7 replies)
... First post here. I've had anxiety, panic attacks,ocd, depression on and off through out my life. I have had minimal anxiety and panic attacks for the last five years until late January. I went to the dentist for a root canal, apparently it was infected so I took some anitibiotcs. ... (0 replies)
... I think your heart rate in the 50's 60's is good. Probably the Lexapro is making your body calm down more. ... (1 replies)
... Lex was in the 80's and 90's now it's in the 50's and 60's. Anyone heard of this side effect with a SSRI medication, or particularly Lexapro? ... (1 replies)
... thanks i really appreciate it. (7 replies)
... whenever I go in to see a doctor and they take my blood pressure, they comment on how it's high as well as how high my resting heart rate is. ... (3 replies)
... anxiety years ago I used the Xanax and Inderal toegether which worked great. I was able to quit the Xanax after a short time but stayed with the Inderal for a few years. ... (3 replies)
... I have svt, and anxiety,panic disorder, with ocd and depression. I take propanolol for the svt. I am trying all different meds for the anxiety. ... (3 replies)
... I take one 20 minutes before then and I'm able to cope better. It doesn't always keep me from having one, but if it doesn't, it limits the severity of the attack. ... (11 replies)
... osed to try Celexa tonight. I'm worried about starting another med. I'm so tired of being a guinea pig. I'm scared it's going to affect my propanolol like the Lexapro did. The psych said today that if it does, cut back on the propanolol. Does your heart rate ever get that low with your Atenolol? ... (3 replies)
... Hi Michelle. I think that I am just really sensitive to beta blockers. I am on a really low dose and it still lowers my heart rate a lot. I'm just trying really hard not to focus on it. I'm hoping I can get off these things once I quit smoking and exercise more. ... (8 replies)
... now ive taken 2mg of xanax today the Beta BLocker and the lexapro.. ... (7 replies)
... I was a huge mess the first 5 days, and slowly the side effects are diminishing, right now it's mostly fatigue and sluggish. And my legs are restless and I don't want to sleep longer than 6 hours at night, and I have to take the Xanax or I only sleep for 2 hours at a time. ... (8 replies)
... daytime use and under what circumstances. ... (0 replies)

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