Citalopram and rispolept

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i just finished the last pill of rispolept that i was prescripted and now im only on citqlopram 1 mg .i ve been using rispolept max 1 mg now 0.5 mg for the last year and a half .will i become normal so tje version i was but more social and improved mood .has my brain taken any permanent damage from this dose and will my memory and train of thinking come back .......what i m saying is will i be average smart again ? cuz if not this sucks and why was i prescriped this thing ...plz be honest

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    You can’t get 1mg of Citalopram - I think you might mean 10mg, which is a small dose.

    The meds don’t cause any damage to the brain - memory and loss of concentration are caused by anxiety and constant inward thinking which tires the mind. The meds add to this and do make you feel worse to start with but memory and concentration usually improve as you further on the meds. Sometimes the minds remains foggy, but its not permanent.

    There is no brain damage - they wouldn’t be available for the public to take if they were to harm you like this.

    K x

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      yh sorry its 20 mg actually citalopram .yes there s a significant change from the beggining till now but still ....wonderful to hear that they dont cause brain damage

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