Paroxetine for Depression treatment

We have 521 consumer reports for treatment of Depression with Paroxetine. Depression used in 48% of cases.

Patients statistics on Depression for Paroxetine

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
164.41
187.77

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 10″

Average age
42
43

Paroxetine Circle Diagram 249 consumers of 521 reported about Depression

  1. Virginia A. Manuel says:
    2.5 rating

    Paroxetine for Psychosomatic disorder; Thyroid function under; High blood pressure; Depression

    I am taking paroxetine 20 mg in the morning (6 weeks) and have been able to rejoice for many years now. For many years I have resisted the insight that my physical problems also have a psychological reason – apart from hormonal disorders. I can only recommend this medicine and my doctor told me that I would feel like a watery drowsy in the first 2-4 weeks … that was the case, but once you’re through, it’s worth it – at least for me. The only side effect is the permanent increase in my blood pressure.

    Side effects: High blood pressure
  2. Gladys L. Carter says:
    3.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Thyroid function under; Depression

    I have very, very often depression and anxiety, especially bad are loss-anxious, got paroxetine against the depris, I was absolutely not clear, then I was prescribed citalopram, but continue to be quite anxious. dizziness is also added, then in the evening mostly very strong leg cramps, which is also causing me problems is the constant freezing, in addition, now I have the antidepressiva discontinued because I had a wish for children, but now hopefully fulfilled, I am in the 17.ssw., My doctor says that I have normal thyroid values, nevertheless, I feel constantly drained, tired and tired, of course, the pregnancy much more extreme than usual, which now also has the addition of severe kidney pain.

    Side effects: Dizziness
  3. Rita L. Denney says:
    3.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Thyroid function under; Depression

    I have very, very often depression and anxiety, especially bad are loss-anxious, got paroxetine against the depris, I was absolutely not clear, then I was prescribed citalopram, but continue to be quite anxious. dizziness is also added, then in the evening mostly very strong leg cramps, which is also causing me problems is the constant freezing, in addition, now I have the antidepressiva discontinued because I had a wish for children, but now hopefully fulfilled, I am in the 19.ssw., My doctor says that I have normal thyroid gland values, nevertheless, I feel constantly drained, tired and tired, of course, by the pregnancy, even more extreme than usual, which is now also added that I have severe kidney pain. a week ago, dan was also found that I suffer from hay fever, which makes my asthma even worse, thus I get more and more live where I would prefer not to live on !!

    Side effects: Dizziness; Fatigue
  4. 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 😉

  5. James G. Walters says:
    4.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Drive disorders; Borderline; Anxiety disorders; Social phobia; Depression

    I take Trimipramine 100mg + Elontril 300mg + Paroxetine 20mg … Elontril and Paroxetine in the morning 9 o’clock and trimipramine in the evening 21 o’clock … With all 3 drugs in combination I get along better and better with my mental quirks; -) … Me sleeping well can concentrate much better on me, I’m better off having a bit more motivation, a much more stable mood and the phobias are weaker. I think that will of course be even better, especially paroxetine increases the effect even more …

    Side effects: No side effects
  6. Tiffany D. Schmidt says:
    4.5 rating

    Paroxetine for Borderline; Depression

    I’ve been taking paroxetine for over 3 years now. It helps me really well. Unfortunately, it took me 3 months to get the medication right in my body. In the beginning, I only slept. I had stepped right off. I was just tired. Luckily I was unemployed at the time because working would not have been possible. But the tablet changed me completely. Before I was totally broken, rested often. Was uncontrollable and cried permanently. Could not even leave the house alone. Since the tablet I’m fine. I am self-confident, fearless, calmer and more stable. Even with my borderline it totally helps! I am like a new person. Calm and relaxed! But my big problem, which was not important to me at the beginning. In the meantime, I’ve gained over 20 pounds and no matter which diet or something, I can not stomach it.

  7. William J. Faison says:
    4.5 rating

    Paroxetine for Anxiety and panic attacks; Depression

    Hello, I too would like to tell you from my experiences, how it is, when you drop off psychotropic drugs. I’ve just experienced this and I’m not through yet. I have been suffering from depression, anxiety and panic attacks for years. Got everything, from psychotherapy to medication, and not just with a drug. My last dose is as follows: Paroxate 40 mg, Lyrica 150 mg, Prothazine 100 mg, Olanzapine 2.5 mg and this for years. If you feel bad, you do not ask the doctor if the medication has any side effects because you just have to rely on the doc to do the right thing. Once you get those things prescribed, you will not be able to get rid of them again, unless it’s always getting worse. So it was with me, after 10 years of taking Paroxate my neurologist meant, maybe this will not help anymore and I should drop it off (mind you within a week) and take something else for it. Since such antidepressants do not work the same and Paroxat is known for its enormous withdrawal symptoms, of course I first ran into a catastrophe. After four days without paroxathe hell began, migraines, vomiting, dizziness, nausea, the head electrified. Called a doctor, get a message, I have to go through now, at some point it will be better, well, thank you. Sometime after 14 days, it was also a little better and during this time I’ve been intensively on the net with the other drug busy, everywhere the same Sch ……. And of course I asked myself, that must be all. I now have 25 kg gain in weight, I just walked around like a zombie, I was not interested in anything, so no trace of help. Since I have decided, now you are gradually from the other drugs, worse it can not be. Next up was Olanzapin, I just did a cut and it was just as bad as the paroxet. But I did it, and I think so, because my head became freer, I was not so apathetic, it was very hard, but it works. For the last two medications, I’ll take my time, reduce gradually, I’m almost a professional and I think I can do this too. What I find so bad about all this, that especially people who are mentally ill, so need special attention, and this is unfortunately not done by the doctors. You prescribe pills over pills, once you have them, you will not get rid of them again. What causes these drugs but by their side effects, no one says on the contrary, complains of a weight gain is asked immediately, they eat more or you get the same said, they just have to move more, great, if the medication is actually prevented , So my conclusion, never let you simply prescribe medication, without being properly informed and questioned the intake again and again. And when a drug is discontinued, slowly creep out, otherwise it can get angry.

    Side effects: Withdrawal symptoms
  8. Andrew P. Collins says:
    5.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Anxiety and panic attacks; Depression

    I have been suffering from depression and anxiety and massive sleep disorders since 1999. In the course of this time, I have been prescribed many medications, some of which I have not tolerated at all. Since 2006, I take mirtazapine 30 mg every evening, at some point that was no longer sufficient, because the fears were suddenly back. Two years ago, it started with panic attacks and the quality of life started to suffer. Sometimes I got the panic attacks several times a day. I could not go on and went to my psychiatrist and told him I was suffering from massive anxiety and panic attacks. He then prescribed paroxetine for me. When I read through the side effects, I did not know if I should take this medicine or not. The memories of failed drug changes were awake again. So I was still hesitant to take this medicine. Only after almost a year did I decide to try the drug because my fears were always present. I started with 10 mg in the first week and I did not notice any side effects. In the second week, the dose was increased to 20 mg, the side effects were limited. The worst side effects for me were permanent weakness and heavy fatigue. It took four weeks for the states of exhaustion to be gone and during this time I often thought to stop treatment. Now I have been taking Paroxetine for 5 months and I feel much better. Especially against fears and panic attacks it worked great.

    Side effects: Increase in weight
  9. Malcolm A. Reed says:
    2.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Depression

    ..very effective u. compatible drug. As good as no side effects noted (beware of alcohol) .. makes you more alert after a short period of use, take 10months regularly 30mg ..

    Side effects: Alcohol intolerance
  10. Eva D. Vancleave says:
    3.5 rating

    Paroxetine for High blood pressure; Depression

    So I’m trying Paroxetine now again set off since I have in the years since it took 40 (!) Kilos increased … A year ago I reduced paroxetine from 20 mg to 10 mg was very difficult … withdrawal symptoms of anxiety and Panic, depression, grippiges feeling sleep disorders … it took a long time until I realized that it is not a relapse but Ansetzsymptome sind..Durchhalten is announced..Seit about 6 months I take only 5 mg every day for another 3 months all two days 5 milligrams and now for about two weeks I am on 5 MG every three days .. well I am DOG TIRED feel almost nakotisiert … I am exhausted and listless only my weight drops in the context of a diet plan (FINALLY!) One reason stay tuned but it’s hard and scary but I try to stay strong … infos follow …

  11. 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
  12. Estella A. Glover says:
    3.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Depression

    Tiredness, lack of concentration, orgasm disorders, weight loss or loss of appetite In the beginning I was very hesitant to take this medicine, the leaflet is very scary. Now I am very glad that I have chosen it, because it helps well and I just accept the side effect.

  13. Winnifred C. Wright says:
    3.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Depression

    I rescinded the paroxetine after medical consultation because I did not tolerate this drug at all. Every day I was sick with vomiting, had rapid heartbeat, dizziness, tiredness, loss of appetite, lost 5 kg, had tingling in the limb measures, etc.

  14. Katrina G. Alex says:
    2.5 rating

    Paroxetine for Depression

    After 5 weeks, I got a severe sore throat, had to discontinue the drug. I could not feel better until then.

    Side effects: Sore throat
  15. Oscar D. Parker says:
    2.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Depression

    Loss of libido, muscle tremor (especially in the legs), bruising, the first two weeks of treatment nausea and aggravation of anxiety disorder, great fatigue, elevation of liver enzyme levels; In the meantime, due to the side effect, I am considering a tapering of treatment with simultaneous psychotherapy; The drug is noticeably mood-enhancing and the anxiety disorders have become less

  16. Patricia L. Wright says:
    3.5 rating

    Paroxetine for Depression

    During the first few weeks dry mouth, intestinal disorders, mild extrapyramidal disorders and mild blurred vision. Keep up! Personally, I have to continue taking paroxetine on a long-term basis, but now I feel like I’ve never been ill.

  17. Nita R. Pantoja says:
    4.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Obsessive compulsive disorder; Depression

    The first two weeks after taking very shaky, inner restlessness. Then some stomach problems. Already amitryptiline u. Doxepin taken. Paroxetine helps me a lot, very well. I am really satisfied and a new person. However, I also gained 20 kg. With an iron will and sport, I just lost 5 kg.