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Re: Can u feel emotions truly on Lexapro? KathrynLex

Posted by BobS, on April 19, 2004, at 18:19:51

In reply to Re: Can u feel emotions truly on Lexapro? Doug Saving The Team, posted by KathrynLex on April 19, 2004, at 14:49:29

Can you elaborate on the initial adjustment period you mention below? What symptoms and any thoughts on controlling them?

> Hi Doug,
> The Wellbutrin has helped with the numbness and apathy brought on by the Lexapro. And the Lexapro is a great anti-depressant/anti-anxiety medication. I think Wellbutrin with any SSRI can be a good combo.
> However, Lexapro has a few drawbacks. The initial adjustment period is a little difficult for some people, and you can't stop taking Lexapro cold turkey (the way you could with Prozac). It causes horrible withdrawl symptoms if you stop taking it suddenly.
> Other than that, I highly recommend Lexapro. I hope that if you decide to try it, you will have a positive experience with it.
> K.




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