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I am taking nexito 10 mg and zapiz 0.25 mg( 1 tablet each at night). Currently this medicines and its substitutes are not available, what can I take instead?
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Need to change your chemist
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Nexito is escitalopram and zapiz is clonazepam. More than a dozen brands are available for each molecule and they are widely available. Of course you will need a valid prescription from a Psychiatrist. Even online pharmacies will be able to help you. We have a tie up with a courier service which delivers medicines in Delhi NCR on the same day and all over India in 2-3 days. Change of molecules without a doctor's advice is not advisable. You can buy any good brand of your choice but the dose and generic name should be same as prescribed by the doctor
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It is better to take the same brands of the medication but stopping the medications because of non-availability of same brands is not desirable. Substitutes are there for most of the medication including the one you are taking.
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consult any Psychiatrist there will be no issue in prescribing the available brands.
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Plz consult ur treating psychiatrist and take the opinion ..
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