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    Default Experiences with Escicor?

    Are there any hubbers here that have been prescribed Escicor? Are you able to speak with me about it either here or via pm please?

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    I was on that medication but it was a while ago now (5 years or so). What did you want to know?

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    Do you remember much about the initial stages when starting the medication?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    Do you remember much about the initial stages when starting the medication?
    Tiredness, but...I was on it for depressions so I can not be sure whether or not the tiredness was caused by depression or the medication.

    I was on it for about 2 years or so, and at the end of that time I changed to another medication and had so many side effects. In hindsight I should have stayed with the medication that was doing okay.

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    And how long did the adjustment to this medication take for you?

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    I think it was about 4 weeks or so.

    Some medications have horrid side effects, but I remember thinking it wasn't so bad.

    It is different for everyone though.

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    Is that a brand name of escitalopram? If so, I reckon lots of people on here will have experience with it, it is one of the most common antidepressant/anxiety medications. Maybe ask about Lexapro, it's the original brand and one that lots of people would know. Sorry I don't have any personal experience with the medication.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad84 View Post
    Is that a brand name of escitalopram? If so, I reckon lots of people on here will have experience with it, it is one of the most common antidepressant/anxiety medications. Maybe ask about Lexapro, it's the original brand and one that lots of people would know. Sorry I don't have any personal experience with the medication.
    Thank you. I have no knowledge or experience about this product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad84 View Post
    Is that a brand name of escitalopram? If so, I reckon lots of people on here will have experience with it, it is one of the most common antidepressant/anxiety medications. Maybe ask about Lexapro, it's the original brand and one that lots of people would know. Sorry I don't have any personal experience with the medication.
    Just looked it up and yes, you are correct. Is anyone able to tell me about their experiences with escitalopram or lexapro as pp mentions above??


 

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