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I am not a medical professional and would not be able to give you medical advice.
Unfortunately, because everyone has unique symptoms of anxiety and because everyone metabolizes medication differently, it can take some time finding the right medication, or combination of medications, and the right dose. For some people, it is a matter of trial and error.
I would suggest keeping a daily log. Write down what medication you are taking, the dosage, what time you take it, what you eat and your symptoms of anxiety, including how severe the symptoms are.
This log can help you and your doctor determine if your treatment is working or if you need some adjustments.
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I hope this helps.
Were all these medications to treat your anxiety? Depression? Or both? How long were you on each medication? What had happened to decide to go back on Lexapro?
What sorts of symptoms are you continuing to experience?
This is definitely a discussion you want to have with your doctor. The options may include changing the dosage, changing medications again, or adding on a second medication to the Lexapro. Also cognitive behavioral therapy may help with your anxiety.
Let us know more about your situation and we can try to give you more resources to check out.
Thank you for reaching out here.
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