Paroxetine for Psychosomatic disorder treatment

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

Patients statistics on Psychosomatic disorder for Paroxetine

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Average weight in Lbs
146.97
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Average height in Ft
5′ 8″
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Average age
44
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Paroxetine Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 521 reported about Psychosomatic 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. 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
  3. Ruth M. Greene says:
    4.5 rating

    Paroxetine for Psychosomatic disorder; Social phobia

    I’ve been taking Paroxetine for 6 weeks now and I have to say I’m doing much better. Previously had a pretty bad phase which has been expressed by anxiety disorders with accompanying obsessive thoughts and psychosomatic symptoms such as diarrhea, general digestive problems, etc. This constant pondering on what could happen in certain situations and the physical discomfort has caused a moderate depression. Then I visited my psychiatrist, who prescribed me paroxetine. Had previously been prescribed sertraline, which did not work for me (except that I was dead tired) and was so skeptical about this drug. I must say the first two weeks of use were the HORROR! Had very bad thoughts of suicide, severe nausea (especially in the morning), loss of appetite, nocturnal nightmares, increased fears and came in the morning almost not out of bed. I was on the verge of putting the medicine off again as it was almost impossible for me to go to work. Since I had read in the instruction leaflet that in the first weeks everything can get worse, I reduced the dose in the second week of intake again from 20mg to 10mg (as in the first week) and hoped that the side effects would subside, what then also happened after about 2 weeks. From then on, I took 20mg again and I got better day by day. This constant pondering has greatly improved and social anxiety has also diminished (for example, in a seminar last week in a seminar it was easy to talk to the whole group). The psychosomatic problems have improved (no more diarrhea, no strange stomach sounds). It sets in a slight feeling of equality, which is positive for me, because I have always taken everything else very much to heart. In summary, I can say that this feeling of hopelessness had suddenly disappeared and I feel something like happiness again. Since I’m more of a skeptic about such meds, I never thought that something like paroxetine would have a positive effect. I am writing this post because I want to give hope to others who, like me, feel really bad a few weeks ago.

    Side effects: Nightmares; Anorexia; Nausea