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Escitalopram

messymoo

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I have been taking this for about a week now and it is making me feel so sick and I am getting tummy ache has anyone else had this with escitalopram? and does it eventually go?
 
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I take is predocessor but still very widely used citalopram and this made me feel a little sick (not as much as the trial of depakote I had) and I found taking early in a morning and then sleeping for an hour helped. I now take it at night
 
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I used it a while ago and I had bad shakes an tummy cramp, they lasted (for me) about 2 weeks and then it gradually went away
 
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Thank you for your responses I hope it does wear off soon I suppose I will just have to give it more time.
 
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Hi messymoo

I am on Escitalopram and i've had no side effects. But I must say it has worked wonders for me! I hope it does for you too.

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