Escitalopram 10mg

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Ben Says:


What is the proper way to get off Escialopram 10MG after taking it for 3 weeks? I am 81 years old.



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Verwon Says:

There really shouldn't be any major difficulties if you've only been taking it for 3 weeks and at such a low dosage. Maybe some minor withdrawal symptoms, but that's about it.

Learn more Escitalopram details here.

Are you experiencing bad side effects from it?

You should double check this information, for your own health and safety.

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Thanks. I agree with your statement.

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I have here a small white oval pill printed with ESC 10 on one side, but nothing on the other side. Is this a real Escitalopram?

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