This isn't difficult child related, but posted here to be seen by those that 'are in the know'. I take 20 mg lexapro and have been told and read that 20 mg is the highest dose. I know of people who take more, but I thought that I had read that you really don't see any more effect once you exceed 20 mg. My GP wants to increase my lexapro to 30 mg to see if it helps with fatigue. I don't think it's going to help because I'm not depressed so depression isn't causing the fatigue. Since I have a hx of depression, though, it's been my experience that doctors like to try to blame a lot of things on it. However, after almost an entire lifetime of dealing with depression I *know* what depression with me feels like. I'm not depressed. Anyway.... My concern is that if medically speaking 30 mg is no better than 20 mg and if I go up to 30 then try to decrease back to 20 I'm going to go through some withdrawal...which I'd rather avoid. So, is there any benefit of 30 mg over 20 mg?