FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: PAXIL CR

User Comments:


For Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder “12.5 mg for 2 months and it really makes a difference. I was tired at first but seems I’ve settled in just fine.”

Cassie870 February 20, 2018


For Generalized Anxiety Disorder “I experienced whole body seizures and upper back spasms with this medication.”

xgr February 10, 2018


For Generalized Anxiety Disorder “It has truly helped regulate my mood”

Kemz (taken for 1 to 6 months) February 1, 2018


“Paxil was a miracle drug for me in that it completely got rid of my anxiety and depression. The feeling of dread I’d been carrying around in the pit of my stomach for years was finally gone! However, it caused a 50 pound weight gain and as a result edema and other issues. I’m now on Wellbutrin XL and slowly starting to lose the weight.”

TWG74 June 7, 2017


For Anxiety “It will do nothing negative. Give it a try to enjoy life. Life is short. Don’t take the burden of social anxiety and panic attacks for your whole life. If you still feel terrible when taking Paxil use inderal as well and you will see an improvement in life. My score for Paxil CR is 9/10 in just days. PS if you ignore this illness it will give you IBS, high BP, anxiety, messes with career goals, gives heart problems, sleep problems, low energy, you need short naps, always low confidence and so on. I avoided medicines from age18 to 28 years and now finally I took the step for paxil. Stay blessed ….”

Aitezaz (taken for less than 1 month) May 15, 2017


For Anxiety “After 5 years on Paxil, then 2 years on Paxil CR, I weaned myself off in 2 months. I had severe nausea, and abdominal pain for 3 months. I am back on Paxil 10 mg.daily, under a Physician Assistant’s care to eventually wean off. Nausea is gone, as is the abdominal pain. It was so bad for those three months, I was hardly able to function, because of the extreme nausea.”

happy bunny October 7, 2016

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