I am not a physician, but am quite familiar with psychotropic medications.
Lexapro is SSRI anti-depressant drug. It is suggested that acetaminophen be avoided and an alternative used while taking Lexapro. Other medications include NSAIDs like Ibuprofen as well as Aspirin are to be avoided. See: https://online.epocrates.com/ for a complete list of drugs not be taken and drugs to be avoided. Lexapro and Xanax are often used in combination, but it must be noted that taking both together increases the risk of side effects. As far as Xanax and wine. Xanax is a benzodiazapine which is a central nervous system depressant which potentiates the Xanax and vice versa. Labels are placed on Xanax bottles saying alcohol should not be used while taking this drug. Of course the final word is your prescribing doctor and you may also use your pharmacist as a resource.
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If I can't take tylenol and I can't take advil...what is an alternative?
I am not a physician or pharmacist so I cannot recommend medication. However, I said it should be avoided, not that it cannot be taken-there is a major difference. What you require is called a risk benefit analysis where the doctor tells you the potential risks and the possible benefits and the you make an informed decision. Again you can also call your pharmicist for his/her recommendation.