What Is The Diffrence Between Liberex And Chlordclidil525

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I was given enough medication from a doctor, to treas esophageal spasms, to bring me to wa state of oveious over medication. I have 600 mg. wellbutrin,chlord/cidi5-2.5 mg, Ryzolt 300 mg. tramadol 300 mg. diazepam5mg. tramadol hcl 50 mg. trazodone 100mg & chlorpromax 50 mg. So I am quiting this doctor. I have already deleted, the last 6, SO my question is I know I need an antidepresant, but I want the least amout of side effects. ANd no weight gain or spinning rooms! Any One have any Ideas. ?????



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Verwon Says:

Well, as to the question in your post title, the Chlordiazepoxide and Clidinium are the active ingredients of Librax, so there is no difference. It's a combination medication that couples a Benzodiazepine, with an antispasmodic, this combination is most commonly used to treat intestinal disorders, like IBS.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Librax/­
Many people have had good results with the antidepressant Escitalopram, the active ingredient in Lexapro.

It can cause side effects, as can any medication, but most people experience very few, if any. In addition, the normal weight gain is not associated with it.

Learn more:


https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Escitalopram/­

Does anyone else have any suggestions to make?



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just would like to say thanks, so for the information. It's a blessing to have these answers, for thouse that know.

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