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Lexapro Seems To Be Very Popular Again

Posted by Phillipa on March 30, 2013, at 9:38:59

Is it true that lexapro seems to be very popular again with quite a few reporting on it. I wonder why some have gone from MAOI's back to lexapro. Noticed this from here and also on the internet? Phillipa

 

Lou's request-beaknottdeseevd

Posted by Lou Pilder on March 30, 2013, at 11:49:41

In reply to Lexapro Seems To Be Very Popular Again, posted by Phillipa on March 30, 2013, at 9:38:59

> Is it true that lexapro seems to be very popular again with quite a few reporting on it. I wonder why some have gone from MAOI's back to lexapro. Noticed this from here and also on the internet? Phillipa

Friends,
Take heed that no one deceives you. For many will write here in the name of support saying that there is a chemical imbalance that needs to be corrected by psychotropic drugs and deceive many. And you will hear of drugs and rumors of drugs. See that you are not troubled, for all these things are made legal by the FDA, but the end is not yet. For lawsuits will rise against drug manufacturers, and there will be suicides and murders and tardive dyskinesia and heat attacks and murders in various places.. All these things are the beginning of sorrows.
Here is an article concerning Lexapro and the deaths from it.
Lou
To see this:
A. Go to Google
B. Type in:
[Lexapro, legal woes mount against Forest laboratories]

 

: Lou's request-a warning about Lexapro

Posted by Lou Pilder on March 30, 2013, at 11:55:19

In reply to Lou's request-beaknottdeseevd, posted by Lou Pilder on March 30, 2013, at 11:49:41

> > Is it true that lexapro seems to be very popular again with quite a few reporting on it. I wonder why some have gone from MAOI's back to lexapro. Noticed this from here and also on the internet? Phillipa
>
> Friends,
> Take heed that no one deceives you. For many will write here in the name of support saying that there is a chemical imbalance that needs to be corrected by psychotropic drugs and deceive many. And you will hear of drugs and rumors of drugs. See that you are not troubled, for all these things are made legal by the FDA, but the end is not yet. For lawsuits will rise against drug manufacturers, and there will be suicides and murders and tardive dyskinesia and heat attacks and murders in various places.. All these things are the beginning of sorrows.
> Here is an article concerning Lexapro and the deaths from it.
> Lou
> To see this:
> A. Go to Google
> B. Type in:
> [Lexapro, legal woes mount against Forest laboratories]

Friends,
http://www.ehealthme.com/ds/lexapro/death
http://www.ehealthme.com/ds/lexapro/heart attack
http://www.ehealthme.com/ds/lexapro/teardive dyskinesia
http://www.ehealthme.com/ds/sexual+dysfunction

 

Re: Lexapro Seems To Be Very Popular Again

Posted by Tyrannosaur on March 30, 2013, at 12:29:37

In reply to Lexapro Seems To Be Very Popular Again, posted by Phillipa on March 30, 2013, at 9:38:59

> Is it true that lexapro seems to be very popular again with quite a few reporting on it. I wonder why some have gone from MAOI's back to lexapro. Noticed this from here and also on the internet? Phillipa

Are there any people at Psycho-Babble that has deserted MAOIs in order to go back on SSRI/SNRI/TCA?

If so I'm interested to know why.

 

Re: Lexapro Seems To Be Very Popular Again

Posted by joe schmoe on March 30, 2013, at 15:34:05

In reply to Lexapro Seems To Be Very Popular Again, posted by Phillipa on March 30, 2013, at 9:38:59

> Is it true that lexapro seems to be very popular again with quite a few reporting on it. I wonder why some have gone from MAOI's back to lexapro. Noticed this from here and also on the internet? Phillipa

Celexa is basically the same thing and I have found over the years that it works the best with the least side effects of any ADs I have tried.

Have tried paxil, zoloft, viibryd, wellbutrin, serzone, imipramine, lexapro (didn't notice any difference but the price).

 

Lexapro VS other SSRIs. joe schmoe

Posted by alexcanada on March 30, 2013, at 17:40:42

In reply to Re: Lexapro Seems To Be Very Popular Again, posted by joe schmoe on March 30, 2013, at 15:34:05


How would you compare Celexa to the other SSRIs you tried? Paxil worked for me for a number of years, Zoloft made me feel like a zombie on the other hand.

What might be the reason for Celexa's success in your case vs the others? Is it by any chance similar to Paxil?

I am on Lexapro one day now and am hoping for the best. So far I have slept easier.

> > Is it true that lexapro seems to be very popular again with quite a few reporting on it. I wonder why some have gone from MAOI's back to lexapro. Noticed this from here and also on the internet? Phillipa
>
> Celexa is basically the same thing and I have found over the years that it works the best with the least side effects of any ADs I have tried.
>
> Have tried paxil, zoloft, viibryd, wellbutrin, serzone, imipramine, lexapro (didn't notice any difference but the price).

 

Re: Lexapro VS other SSRIs. alexcanada

Posted by joe schmoe on March 30, 2013, at 17:59:06

In reply to Lexapro VS other SSRIs. joe schmoe, posted by alexcanada on March 30, 2013, at 17:40:42

>
> How would you compare Celexa to the other SSRIs you tried? Paxil worked for me for a number of years, Zoloft made me feel like a zombie on the other hand.
>
> What might be the reason for Celexa's success in your case vs the others? Is it by any chance similar to Paxil?
>
> I am on Lexapro one day now and am hoping for the best. So far I have slept easier.


Paxil hit me like a ton of bricks. Wide awake, staring at the ceiling insomnia and felt like my genitals had shrunken and fallen off. I went off it after two or three days. It was awful.

Celexa never did much bad to me other than some onset anxiety, some dampening of libido/sexual sensation, and sometimes carb cravings which tend to cause weight gain if I don't watch it.

 

Re: Lou's request-beaknottdeseevd

Posted by poser938 on March 30, 2013, at 19:50:47

In reply to Lou's request-beaknottdeseevd, posted by Lou Pilder on March 30, 2013, at 11:49:41

> > Is it true that lexapro seems to be very popular again with quite a few reporting on it. I wonder why some have gone from MAOI's back to lexapro. Noticed this from here and also on the internet? Phillipa
>
> Friends,
> Take heed that no one deceives you. For many will write here in the name of support saying that there is a chemical imbalance that needs to be corrected by psychotropic drugs and deceive many. And you will hear of drugs and rumors of drugs. See that you are not troubled, for all these things are made legal by the FDA, but the end is not yet. For lawsuits will rise against drug manufacturers, and there will be suicides and murders and tardive dyskinesia and heat attacks and murders in various places.. All these things are the beginning of sorrows.
> Here is an article concerning Lexapro and the deaths from it.
> Lou
> To see this:
> A. Go to Google
> B. Type in:
> [Lexapro, legal woes mount against Forest laboratories]

Lou, its just so odd how you explain things. You write lime you are telling a parable from the Bible. Do you talk like this in real life too?

 

Lou's reply- poser938

Posted by Lou Pilder on March 30, 2013, at 20:08:46

In reply to Re: Lou's request-beaknottdeseevd, posted by poser938 on March 30, 2013, at 19:50:47

> > > Is it true that lexapro seems to be very popular again with quite a few reporting on it. I wonder why some have gone from MAOI's back to lexapro. Noticed this from here and also on the internet? Phillipa
> >
> > Friends,
> > Take heed that no one deceives you. For many will write here in the name of support saying that there is a chemical imbalance that needs to be corrected by psychotropic drugs and deceive many. And you will hear of drugs and rumors of drugs. See that you are not troubled, for all these things are made legal by the FDA, but the end is not yet. For lawsuits will rise against drug manufacturers, and there will be suicides and murders and tardive dyskinesia and heat attacks and murders in various places.. All these things are the beginning of sorrows.
> > Here is an article concerning Lexapro and the deaths from it.
> > Lou
> > To see this:
> > A. Go to Google
> > B. Type in:
> > [Lexapro, legal woes mount against Forest laboratories]
>
> Lou, its just so odd how you explain things. You write lime you are telling a parable from the Bible. Do you talk like this in real life too?
>

poser938,
The scriptures that the Jews use tell 3000 years ago of what is happening now concerning mind-altering drugs.
I am prevented by the prohibitions posted to me here by Mr Hsiung to post what those scriptures prescribe to those that take mind-altering drugs or provide them or manufacture them even be it legal for them to do so.
Thousands of years ago those scriptures told a of a coming Great Deception, a deception that the world would be deceived by.
This has been revealed to me so that I can post here what could save lives. Yet today,


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