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Wht Lexapro often prescribed with Trazodone?

Posted by Phyl on December 8, 2002, at 9:55:56

Can anyone explain why, often, doctors prescribe Lexapro along with Trazodone, as though they belong together? I didn't like Trazodone -- or, at least, I didn't do well with it in combination with 10 mg Lexapro. Instead, I find that Lorezepam helps me fall asleep when I have any problems. I don't notice anyone mentioning Lorezepam. Is there a big difference between Traz. and Lorez? Just curious. Thanks.




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