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  1. Hello All, I am a college student who has been on 400mg of Wellbutrin for 5 months and 10mg of Lexapro for a bit less than six weeks. I didn't want to be put on Lexapro. I had been experiencing mild anxiety but for the most part, I was doing really well. (Sleeping and eating better, more energy, basically what one hopes for when being put on antidepressants.) In late November, my doctor insisted that I needed to start Lexapro. I pushed back and he insisted further - basically almost threatened to drop me as a client unless I took this medication but never gave a clear
  2. This article is from a support site for people who developed a severe adverse reaction to the antibiotic Cipro and others in the same class. It turns out that this is another iatrogenic epidemic that has gone under the radar, much like antidepressant withdrawal. People go in for simple UTI treatment or some other infection, and wind up with neurological damage that last for months or years. All tests come back normal, and patients are put on antidepressants for their "psychosomatic" illness. I had no idea this was happening until it happened to a friend of mine. I had no idea that Cipr
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