Escitalopram And Clonazepam

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shabab Ahmad Says:


I have been taking Escitalopram And Clonazepam for last six months. What is for and how can it help in OCD?



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shabab Ahmad Says:

I HAVE BEEN SUFFERING FROM OCD SINCE 1999.I TOOK MANY MEDICINE E.G. SERTALINE,FLVOXAMINE,CLOPRAMINE ETC.STILL NOTCURED.ANY BODY HAVING EXEPERINCE IN TAKING ABOVE MENTIONED MEDICINE PLZ. REPLY ME.I AM AFRAID I HAVE BEOME DRUG EDDICTS OF CLONAZEPAM.

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SHABAB AN OCD PATIENT


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Verwon Says:

Yes, both of these medications can help with OCD, as well as anxiety, and depression.

The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, weight changes, mood changes, and headache.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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