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Nexito 10, negativity, reluctant to take responsibility

Nexito 10 medicene is used for the cure of which disease I am 39 years old and i am afraid of assuming responsibility ,I am working in a company and i feel afraid of telling any professional problem if junior discuss with me as i think i may tell him wrong. In my mind always negative thought come some time i feel that some body is ditching me .My doctor suggested me nexito 10 is it ok,Pls advise
Asked On : Fri, 27 Apr 2012
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ms rashmiji , Nexito 10 contains EsCitalopram 10 mg which is an antidepressent of SSRI group , which is usually given in depression , and given in anxiety and other disorders in combination with other medicines. - your above mentioned complaints are inadequate to diagnose any disorder , still they suggests Anxiety disorder with or without depression . but more details and investigations are needed .
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