Our expert says:
Firstly, whichever doctor wrote this prescription for you should have discussed this and included it in the prescription written - he was paid to do so. I do wish doctors would do this part of their job properly, and
As you seem to recognize, this depends on the particular drug, and why it is being used. As I recall, Lexamil is a generic version of Excitalopram, an antidepressant. SOme people find it can be more stimulant than sedative, so it might work better to try taking it in the morning - but call and ask the precribing doc. You can also confirm by asking your pharmacist
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