Paroxetine for Adh syndrome treatment

We have 521 consumer reports for treatment of Adh syndrome with Paroxetine. Adh syndrome used in 1% of cases.

Patients statistics on Adh syndrome for Paroxetine

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
187.39
220.46

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 8″

Average age
53
30

Paroxetine Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 521 reported about Adh syndrome

  1. James B. Perry says:
    3.5 rating

    Paroxetine for Adh syndrome; A headache; Borderline; Depression

    At first I had some side effects such as: tiredness, blurred vision, etc … But now I have no side effects except now and then dry mouth … So patience the side effects in the beginning up to 2 months are normal but they usually pass ! I take 40mg Paroxetine + 300mg Elontril in the morning and 150mg Trimipramine at night … I am much more balanced I have a pretty good mood, no more headache (trimipramine), can concentrate and read what did not go before and very important I dare to get back ! Psychotherapy I still need because drugs are usually only a support – for me they are definitely have taken many psychotropic drugs and have NEN tip most expect too much, there are of course no drugs or alk I have consumed even about 10 years and have expected too much of the drugs (in the beginning) … And what else if you do a bit of sports, I do eg .. Kraftsport ..- one does not synonymous with me is everything as before. MfG … like to happen 😉

  2. Denise G. Wallace says:
    3.5 rating

    Paroxetine for Adh syndrome; Depression

    Methylphenitad has been shown to cause severe depression, even if I do not take it over a longer period of time. Now have an antidepressant which you can take well with it. Had another previously which constantly caused a headache. The mpt was good for me, Concerta was nothing for me. Bad to dose, since a depot agent and has caused headaches, although the same active ingredient.

    Side effects: Depressions
  3. Amanda T. Bean says:
    4.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Adh syndrome; Depression

    My psychiatrist prescribed me paroxet in 2002 to treat my depression and my ADD. After a long time of creeping (about 2 months half of the normal dosage, I think that was 10 mg) with no success, I have the normal dosage (I think 20 mg) taken. At the beginning of December 2002 I had the manic phase described in the instruction leaflet as a rare side effect, i. I could not sleep at all, had an exaggerated amount of ideas and plans that I was unable to carry out because of a lack of sleep, had talked too much, got nothing done and felt like someone who had taken drugs. About 2 months after discontinuation of the paroxet these side effects were corrected.

    Side effects: Mania