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What Is Lexapro?

Lexapro is an anti-depressant drug that is used during treatments for various types of depression conditions. Its generic name is Escitalopram and is classified as an SSRI (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor) drug. Lexapro is used for a wide range of conditions, including:

What Are the Side Effects of Lexapro?

The FDA has approved the use of Lexapro for persons 12 years or older with general anxiety disorder (GAD) or major depressive disorder (MDD). However, despite FDA approval, Lexapro and other Escitalopram drugs are associated with various dangerous side effects, including:

In addition, abrupt stoppage of Lexapro drug usage has been associated with various discontinuation (i.e., withdrawal) symptoms, including:

Patients should be informed and aware of the various Lexapro side effects before beginning use of the drug.

What If I Need to File a Legal Claim Involving Lexapro?

In the past, people have filed legal claims involving Lexapro in response to being adversely affected due to a misdiagnosis or a pharmacy error. In particular, Lexapro has also been the subject of wrongful death lawsuits due to causing suicides, as well as birth defect class action lawsuits. The drug has also been implicated with regards to illegal marketing claims.

If you have been injured or adversely affected due to Lexapro or a similar drug, it may be necessary to file a legal claim. This can result in a damages award or other similar legal remedy for losses that were directly caused by the drug.

Should I Hire a Lawyer for Help with a Lexapro Injury Claim?

Lexapro is a widely-prescribed drug that is also associated with some very dangerous side effects. You may need to hire a personal injury lawyer in your area if you have any legal issues or conflicts involving Lexapro or other similar drugs. Your attorney can provide you with legal research for your claim and can determine what types of options are available to you. Also, if you need to make an appearance in court, your lawyer can provide you with representation during formal hearings and meetings.

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Last Modified: 07-28-2015 11:33 AM PDT

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