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My favorite source for such things is the National Libraries of Medicine, which is sponsored by NIH (the U.S. National Institutes of Health), mostly because it's likely to be fairly unbiased.

Lexapro drug information

Of course, I know you're asking about personal experiences. Keep in mind that those vary, and are subject to the interpretation of the individual reporting them. I was given Lexapro as a standard anti-depressant, and had a reaction to it that was quickly caught by the prescriber. Was that in any way typical? No. I've taken other anti-depressants, with mixed results, usually that they didn't affect me as much as desired. But, I'm just one individual and have no evidence that I'm typical.

Trust your doctor (but verify, as they often say.)

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