I went to my doctor today, and I asked him what the limit of alcholic drinks I could have that would be safe with Lexapro...of course I got the answer I didn't want to hear...2 drinks. I immediately wanted to cry, because it's going to be my 21st birthday in a couple of weeks, and for once, I just want to experience something like a normal person would in college. I am not wanting to get trashed, but I do want to have more than just 2 drinks. I have had up to 3 drinks before, and didn't have any problems. I just don't know what to do. Of course I don't want to end up in the hospital or dead, but I want to know what my true limits are. I am only taking 15 mg of Lexapro, and supposidly that's not a lot. I have a friend that is on more drugs than I am, and greater doses, and she drinks a lot...and she's still kickin. Advice/comments/suggestions would be grand. Thanks.
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