Can You Just Switch From One Ssri To Another Or Do You Have To Cross Taper

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Theresa Says:
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Can you just change from one to another or do you have to cross taper the med is paxil going to luvox


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Verwon Says:

Hello, Theresa! How are you?

If you've been taking it for a long time, then a cross taper/titration is usually best and what most doctors will have you do to avoid any severe withdrawal and rebound effects.

Are there any other questions or concerns?

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Theresa Says:
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Took it two months before that I took lexPro two months nothing worked what do u think

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sara Says:

can we switch from clorocef to klavox?

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