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Re: Allergic to Lexapro Is it Possible? phillipa

Posted by ChicagoKat on October 8, 2012, at 13:17:14

In reply to Allergic to Lexapro Is it Possible?, posted by phillipa on October 8, 2012, at 12:46:08

> I'd stopped the tiny dose of 2.5mg of lexapro and added it back last night as experiment and now the eczema is back on my back? Is it possible to be allergic to it? Seems crazy? Phillipa

Hi Phillipa,
Anyone can potentially be allergic to anything. Allergies to Lexapro are very rare, but there is always a possibility. If your eczema came back on a re-challenge, I'd say you may well be allergic to Lexapro, or it may just be a weird adverse reaction. At any rate, I'd avoid Lexapro if you can. Do you really need it? Or is there something else you can take?
Kat


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