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What is the best selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor drug for social anxiety disorder?

My doctor is going to put me on a ssri drug for my social anxiety disorder. I also have server anxiety, moderate depression, and moderate panic attacks. He has me on xanax right now but he is going to change it to a ssri drug when he gets my antipsychotic medication right. So can someone please tell me what ssri is the best to treat social anxiety. Is it Celexa or Lexapro or Prozac or Paxil or Luvox or Zoloft. I would really like to have the best one that helps with my social anxiety so I can be more social and not be afraid to have a social conversation with someone and I can get up and talk in front of a large crowd of people.


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