My husband and I went to a counselor for our marriage problems. After explaining all that I have gone through in my life (in detail) she was taken aback that I could even function. She asked me a lot of questions about how I am feeling mentaly, I told her I have a lot of trouble with consentration, sleep, etc and anxiety. She said how long have I been feeling this way, I told her a long, long time. She said (after a lengthy conversation) that she believes that I have Clinical (Major) Depression/Anxiety and that I should be on Lexapro. Is this a good drug for depression and/or anxiety? Does this help you function better? What are your experiences?
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