Night sweats is found among people who take Lexapro, especially for people who are female, 50-59 old , have been taking the drug for < 1 month, also take medication Zometa, and have Depression . We study 50,357 people who have side effects while taking Lexapro from FDA and social media. Among them, 380 have Night sweats. Find out below who they are, when they have Night sweats and more.
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Lexapro has active ingredients of escitalopram oxalate. It is often used in depression. (latest outcomes from Lexapro 53,974 users)
Night sweats (sweating in night) has been reported by people with rheumatoid arthritis, depression, multiple sclerosis, pain, high blood pressure (latest reports from 17,193 Night sweats patients).
On Oct, 20, 2016
50,357 people reported to have side effects when taking Lexapro.
Among them, 380 people (0.75%) have Night Sweats
* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.
** Reports from social media are used.
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Hi I have bipolar disorder and just got back on meds after 10 years of misery shame and secrecy. I finally got my self so help a short while ago. I was prescribed lamictal and am current working my way up to75 mgs. I am also taking hydroxyl for anxiety. I am still anxious, easily angered ,incredibly paranoid and have gone back to not sleeping.when Ido sleep I have horrible night sweats that wake me up twice a night. Anyone was on this combo? I also suffer from social phobia and do t see any difference. In fact I am currently isolating myself . I still have very little energy. Maybe it's too soon to see results as I've only been back on meds a very short time. Will the night sweats stop? Will I ever feel better?
I used lamotrigine for 5 years for epilepsy and experienced extensive night sweat which increasee with dosage. Quit approx 2 years ago and are still having regular episodes with night sweats, up to months before getting better for a short period of time. The smell is very distinctive and reminds ...
I had my dose of lexapro increased from 15 mg. to 20 mg. After which I started having extreme restlessness, high levels of anxiety, bad thoughts of hopelessness and acute depression. I was given cogentin to stop the moving and restlessness but it's not really working.
I take 10 MG of Lexapro a day. Xanax as needed. I drug tested via swab last week and it came back positive for meth and amphetamines. Neither have i ever used in my life. The only other drug I took was a Zytrec D. I am baffled and need answers
Daily, I have been taking Lexapro for 11 years; Protonix for 5 years; and Wellbutrin for 6 months. For debilitating pain in my left knee, which has had three major surgeries, including a bone graft, I take Vicodin, 750 mg. If I need a Vicodin, I will take it before bed. Recently, I experienced ...
Hi I have bipolar disorder and just got back on meds after 10 years of misery shame and secrecy. I finally got my self so help a short while ago. I was prescribed lamictal and am current working my way up to75 mgs. I am also taking hydroxyl for anxiety. I am still anxious, easily angered ...
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