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... I was a faithful poster about Lexapro........and it does work for panic disorder, but I have been on it for almost five months and I am now so very, very tired. I don't want to discourage you and it works different on different people. ... (16 replies)
... I suffer from Panic Attacks and have been taking Lexapro for them for over a year now. Yes, it does help Panic attacks, but like hry said, everyone is different and you may have to find the one that works for you. ... (3 replies)
... I have used zoloft in the past and it worked for me as far as panic disorder goes. Lexapro worked really well, also, but it turned out I was allergic to it. ... (10 replies)

... Thank you. I took my first dose last night. 5mg, and I too will work my way up. I will stay on 10mg for two weeks, then see about going to 20. I did have night sweats. I hate those, because I'm already having hot and cold flashes already. I asked my Dr. ... (3 replies)
... SSRI drugs DO NOT work for my anxiety, and believe me I have about tried them all. SO........ ... (3 replies)
... The thought and act of taking an SSRI does scare me and make me worry about not being myself or having the drug make me feel out of control, etc. I mostly have Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia, but I do have some OCD issues too, so it may doubt and fears from OCD. ... (7 replies)
Lexapro or Zoloft?
Feb 22, 2004
... uptake inhibitors. Both of these medications may be very useful in combating depression and panic disorder. ... (1 replies)
... First off, I am glad I found a forum about panic. I have never even thought of looking for one. Anyway, I am new here and have been suffering with Panic Disorder for 12 years. My first panic attack was when I was 18. ... (4 replies)
... mg is usually max dosage of Lexapro and why so much Neurontin? ... (9 replies)
... that I was groggy and felt like packing it in for the day and it wasn't even the evening yet. I stayed up but felt like I dragged myself through the rest of the day. ... (6 replies)
... ryed to breath normal the more I was concentratting on it and feeling my pulse to see if it was normal and if it skiped at the slightest irregularity and I would panic and everything would esculate from there till a full blown panic attack. ... (6 replies)
... he was nuts. Over the years I have done the tapering off method, completely quitting Prozac and going up and down on the Zanax. Still I was having these horrible panic attack. I couldn't go shopping by myself. I would hear voices. I felt trapped. ... (9 replies)
... Meds lose their effect over time as the brain builds up resistance to them. I guess it's the brain's self-defense mechanism against intruding chemicals. Resistance, or tolerance, causes the brain to be imbalanced because the brain builds up too many resisting, or opposing, chemicals to the ingested drugs. When the tolerance is high, the drugs can wear off faster and a person... (9 replies)
... The most frustrating thing about this panic disorder and taking meds is the inconsistancy. I am on 40mg of Lexapro, 100mg of pamelar, and 3,000 mg of neurontin. ... (9 replies)
Mar 31, 2008
... I'm kind of in a panic right now myself. I've suffered from a panic disorder for 31 yrs. The first drug I was given in the 70's for it was Valium. The next was Xanax, and even though I kept telling the Dr. ... (6 replies)
... I have had panic disorder for 7 years now. I have tried Paxil, Zoloft, Lexapro, and taken Xanax for emergencys. Recently my anxiety has gotten out of control. I have had such bad panic attacks that I have ended up in the ER twice in 2 weeks. ... (4 replies)
... That was very inspirational for all of us I am sure. I'm sure you copy everything that fits your specific fear of medication also. I say spread the word to. ... (8 replies)
... just quit taking our meds. Get this book from your library if's a great read and will explain why recommended dosages are much too high for most people. ... (8 replies)

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