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Posted by: JUST | 2003/12/02

WHAT DO THEY DO?

Please explain in laymans terms exactly what Cipramil and Xanor will do for one and what the side effects are, if any!
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Just, Cipramil® is an anti-depressant that works by normalising the levels of a transmitter fluid (serotonin) in the brain. Xanor® is an anti-anxiety tablet that works by binding to certain receptors that cause a feeling of well-being. Let me know if you have more questions. Good luck.

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