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Avoid alcohol while you are taking this medicine. It is not advisable to drink alcohol while you are being treated for depression. Side effects All medicines may have some unwanted side effects.

Sometimes they are serious, but most of the time they are not. Tell your doctor or pharmacist as soon as possible if you do not feel well while you are taking LEXAPRO. It helps most people with depression, social anxiety disorder (social phobia), generalised anxiety disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder, but it may have unwanted side effects in a few people. The side effects of LEXAPRO are, in general, mild and disappear after a short period of time.

Tell your doctor if you notice anything else that is making you feel unwell. Other side effects not listed above may occur in some people. Do not store it or any other medicine in the bathroom, near a sink, or on a window-sill.

Heat and damp can destroy some medicines. If your doctor tells you to stop taking LEXAPRO, or the medicine has passed its expiry date, ask your pharmacist what to do with any that is left over. Return any unused medicine to your pharmacist. What it looks like LEXAPRO oral solution is a clear, nearly colourless to yellowish solution. One drop contains 1 mg escitalopram (as oxalate). Ground Floor, 1 Innovation RoadAustralian Registration Numbers:"Lexapro" is the registered trade mark of H.

Sponsored by GuildLink Pty Ltd. They are pursuing internal medicine, general surgery, primary care, family medicine, and emergency medicine in hospitals across the country. She is also author of a blog detailing her experiences in medical school and residency. Action Potential (AP) thinks her psychiatric milieu is mundane. She has no hesitation sharing her experience with anxiety and depression, although she prefers to use the pseudonym in her blog and for this story.

The more time goes on, the more other people talk to me. It's everyday, it's boring. It's what I had for breakfast. I had Lexapro for breakfast. Things like making appointments, or getting my car serviced, or going out into the world and just being a person. At a certain point I realized. I'm making good grades, but this is ridiculous.

I realized it was kind of consistent with anxiety. I made the decision to call student health services. But actually picking up a phone, and dialing it, and talking to a person was this whole other step. It was absolutely insurmountable. I came up with every excuse not to pick up the phone and do something about it.

Then another panic attack prevented her from attending her appointment. She continued to do well in college and got into medical school. The beginning of medical school came as a relief to AP, because narrow focus was rewarded.

Your only jobs were to be a medical student and survive. That was a list of two things. And I could handle two things. She studied excessively, driven by a vision of herself as the perfect doctor.

One day she was studying when she found that she couldn't move her neck. She went to the student health center. Have you been under any stress lately.

He says, 'You're probably the fourth one this week. You have a psychiatric disorder. Say goodbye to passing a board exam or getting your medical licensure.