Took Lexaspro By Mistake

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Nazan Says:
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Hey i am a 20 year old girl I accidently took my mother's medicine named nexito ls yesterday night containing 10mg escitalopram and 0.25 mg clonazepm I slept a little but then woke up unable to sleep thereafter.. I anyway often have difficulty with sleeping, i won't call it hardcore insomnia but yes.. I hope the sleepless was because if the thing already have and not because of the pill I took can anyone please tell me this and also if ill be fine? Help is appreciated. Thankyou



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Nuzhat Parveen Says:
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Hi I m Nuzhat I m about 25 yrs old I m suffering from depression but I have no problem my sleep but my doctor suggest me nexito plus. Now I want to know nexito plus is only for sleeping tablet because I have no problem my sleep Can I use nexito plus

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