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I am taking antidepressants tablet depsol and rexipra from last 4 years. But one doctor told me last week that tablet depsol is very old pattern tablet . Nowday many latest and improved tablets has came. I am confused what to do , should i change tablets ?
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No. If you are maintained on the medicine, please don't think about changing it. Paracetamol is also an old tablet but it is still the most commonly used medicine for treating fever. It is true that there are newer medicines being discovered/invented every few years but if you're fine with the medicines that you're taking then you should stick with it.
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Hi Sir Thanks for seeking help here. You are in Imipramine and escitalopram.... And ur maintaining well, if this the after first episode, I suggest let's taper of despol....but if it's a second episode or more don't change anything...
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