Paroxetine for Obsessive compulsive disorder treatment

We have 521 consumer reports for treatment of Obsessive compulsive disorder with Paroxetine. Obsessive compulsive disorder used in 7% of cases.

Patients statistics on Obsessive compulsive disorder for Paroxetine

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
150.96
191.95

Average height in Ft
5′ 7″
5′ 10″

Average age
38
40

Paroxetine Circle Diagram 39 consumers of 521 reported about Obsessive compulsive disorder

  1. Julie R. Simmons says:
    2.5 rating

    Paroxetine for Psychosomatic disorder; Obsessive compulsive disorder

    I have been taking Paroxetine for 2 months and think it’s great. It’s really not alright to scare others here. So you do not become a monster from Paroxetine. So nonsense. With me it has already shown effect on the 3rd day. I have no side effect, no loss of libido, on the contrary. For all other SSRIs I had the total loss of libido in the SNRI’s. So, you always rest ……………….

    Side effects: No side effects
  2. 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.

  3. Rob K. Stayton says:
    3.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Anxiety disorders; Obsessive compulsive disorder; Depression

    Paroxetine withdrawal symptoms, despite being sloughed off, are severe (withdrawal from excessive side effects, such as restless legs, sweating, hematoma, tremor, loss of sexuality, etc.): anxiety is returning, as are constraints and depression, night sweats, aggression, etc. Lyrica : Despite dosing after one week (from 75 to 150 mg) drunkenness, dizziness, speech disorders, completely fogged, walking difficulties. absolutely unable to work Positive on paroxetine: fear is gone, self-esteem returns, less depression. Positive Lyrica: finally sleep again !!!, Relaxation during the day

  4. Maryann J. Savage says:
    4.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Post-traumatic stress disorder; Obsessive compulsive disorder; Depression

    I suffer for 3 years in a strong trauma consequential disorder, including panic attacks, anxiety, isolation, etc. After felt 50 different medications, including in 3 months hospital stay, that was once again a grip in the toilet. The only thing I notice is that I am going up like a yeast dumpling – 20 kilos in 4 months without eating anymore (my appetite has decreased rather). I always hoped that something would change. Of course, I’m also outpatient in therapy, but that does not work at all. I’m barely getting out of bed in the morning, have trouble concentrating & amp; I feel impulsive. Sure, it will be different for every person, but I’ll keep my hands off that from now on.

  5. Richard D. Young says:
    4.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Obsessive compulsive disorder; Depression

    At the beginning of treatment (increase from 10 to 30mg per day, within 4 weeks): – from the 3rd day: tremor, nausea, sweating, fever, lack of drive, muscle contractions – from the 2nd week: subsidence of side effects, up to occasional strong muscle contraction (legs, masticatory muscles), especially at night, heavy weight gain and orgasm disorders – From the 4th week onwards. i.e. Increase of the drive, complete suppression of the anxiety disorder and the associated panic – 20th week dose adjustment to 20mg, since no Nw with desired efficacy

  6. Louis A. Atwood says:
    4.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Obsessive compulsive disorder

    Have an obsessive-compulsive disorder but which has become much better. The drug helped me a lot. Now I do not take them for 4 weeks anymore. Side effects when taking: Almost no libido Faster sweating Bad fall asleep Intense dreams When weaning (I am from 40 to zero): Thin-skinned, quickly sad or hurt. Fatigue seizures. Sweat. Agitation irritability muscle pain

  7. Andres F. Summers says:
    4.5 rating

    Paroxetine for Obsessive compulsive disorder; Depression

    Paroxetine: I initially dosed the paroxetine with 10 mg and went up by 10mg every 2-3 days … At the beginning I could see a worsening of the fears … But you have to go through the first 2-3 weeks … What helped with that was dropping promethazine … About 3 weeks later, I slowly realized that my unwanted thoughts were diminishing and I felt a little more confident in public. Small tip: you have to take the drug continuously, because otherwise it does not work …. Have it ever schonmal and after some time, one or the other dose omitted …. You then have difficulties that the effect is right again ….. My current dose is (60 mg) which is definitely too high … But it definitely helps me. You can either take 20 mg 3 times a day at 8:16 and 12 o’clock, or as I have 60 mg once a morning because the paroxetine causes sleep problems. In order for me to sleep well, I take an additional 45 mg of mirtazapine (orodispersible tablets) which have a sedating effect and make you tired …. I sleep like a stone and am super satisfied. Since the 14.3.2015 I take additionally the Amisulprid, because every now and then but one thought comes through and I sometimes have the feeling that I express my thoughts … So thoughtfulness …. On the whole, the Amisulprid looks fabulous ! I can not remember any drug from the last 5 years that worked so fast and great …. I can not forget a dose of Amisulprid because it gave me such a new attitude to life that makes me think of it all day 🙂 I realize how much power robbed me of my fears … And the constant thoughts of course …. I go back to more classmates and take an active part in my life !!! The only thing that is really bad is that I have some heartburn due to Amisulprid and some stomach intestinal problems …. Furthermore, I also eat extremely much …. But since I’m very thin anyway, that’s not bad .. .. I take it absolutely in buying …. Can only recommend this combination … Greetings and best wishes for recovery

    Side effects: Hot hunger attacks; Heartburn
  8. Ray K. Manley says:
    2.5 rating

    Paroxetine for Obsessive compulsive disorder

    Hello …. take since 4 days paroxetine against obsessive thoughts …. I do not notice anything …. except total restlessness ….. my obsessions are always about the same topic …. I’m not me … ..I feel alien and I concentrate so hard on it …. does any of you know it? how are your experiences?

    Side effects: Symptom amplification
  9. James L. Wright says:
    4.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Sleep disorders; Obsessive compulsive disorder; Depression

    For 4 months I have been taking Opipramol, which was my first antidepressant. At first 100mg per day was enough. After a month I was set to 200mg. However, I was constantly dizzy and sleepy. Was not capable of anything except lying on the sofa. Because of the high dose and the inactivity, depression and the worst nightmares were added so that I dosed down to 50mg in the evening to sleep and I met a neurologist, who then prescribed me paroxetine and lorazepam. Take Paroxetine now for about 3 weeks due to panic attacks with depression and obsessive thoughts. Starting with 10mg in the morning, I’m up after 4 days to a dose of 20mg. Side effects at the beginning of treatment were nausea, dizziness, tension and drowsiness with sleep disturbances. Now after 3 weeks from time to time the tension is still present. In addition, I have restless legs and can no longer get an orgasm. Now and then loss of appetite. Finally, I can say that I’m already much better after 3 weeks. My panic attacks and obsessional thoughts are almost gone. When an attack comes, it’s over pretty soon. Hope it gets even better and I may be able to sell the opipramol soon. I can not give any information about Lorazepam, which was prescribed to me as needed during attacks, since I have not taken it once. I was the risk of dependence too big.

  10. Gloria E. Johnson says:
    4.5 rating

    Paroxetine for Obsessive compulsive disorder

    Nausea in the first week, as predicted by the doctor. Effect occurred immediately and continues to this day (5 months later). Constant tiredness accompanies me, but I like to buy. When weaning after 2 days dizziness and sweats. For me, the problem is that I am immediately out loud loud or aggressive, if not everything is running perfectly or someone is not acting as I would like or suddenly there is great stress. Adaptation disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder is the diagnosis and the paroxetine lets me still recognize the situation, but prevents the reflex that I freak out immediately. Furthermore, I no longer have this compulsion to be perfect with everyone. I take half a half in the morning and another half at noon. Since the beginning.

    Side effects: Aggressiveness; Nausea; Fatigue
  11. Dillon J. Jones says:
    4.5 rating

    Paroxetine for Obsessive compulsive disorder

    Who wants to take Paroxetine for a longer period of time! 2 years with me Should be clear that this drug (it was with me) can provide any help, in the opposite one can still (beklopter of it) so my experience Negative experience After about 2 hours of taking the drug turmoil This Drug should not be taken as a smoker, severe unrest and panic attacks, listlessness at work, strong fatigue, sexual desire goes to zero. Compulsive thoughts intensify and new stupid thoughts come to a stop paroxetine. For 2 weeks, I no longer take paroxetine but never really In my life Why Deposition phenomena are hell on earth Sweating Constipation and diarrhea, Paresthesia Severe restlessness States of anxiety though no reason to do Seconds, trembling, confusion Electricity in limbs, emotional instability Light psychoses In short the drug has done me more harm than harmed!!!

  12. Robert C. Delacruz says:
    3.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Obsessive compulsive disorder; Depression

    The drug helped me well. But when I wanted to sell it, I went through hell. I felt like a junkie: sweats, dizziness, trembling all over. I had forgotten it once before for a day and noticed this immediately by the withdrawal symptoms.

    Side effects: Sweats; Tremble; Dizziness; Libido loss