Blurred vision effect of Paroxetine

We have 521 consumer reports for Paroxetine. Blurred vision effect occurred in 5%.

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Paroxetine Circle Diagram 25 consumers of 521 reported about Blurred vision

  1. Jeffrey A. McCaa says:
    2.5 rating

    increased anxiety feelings Tunnelblick

    Side effects: Blurred vision
  2. 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 😉

  3. 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.

  4. Irene G. Laubach says:
    4.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Mood swings

    I took 20mg of paroxetine every morning. Strong nausea and very shaky hands, even restless legs occurred thereby. These were the strongest and most lasting side effects while taking. Apart from that, there are also occasional nosebleeds, blurred vision, hardly any appetite, and on 1, 2 days something like hallucinations (the feeling that the ground would be rolling, things would turn and move even though they did not move). The treatment with paroxetine was stopped after 20 days because of the strong side effects.

  5. Carla S. Helton says:
    4.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Social phobia

    My list of side effects is quite long. Almost all symptoms are and were rather mild in nature. I call them here in the ranking of the severity of the impairment: ongoing fatigue (coffee consumption increased, but no longer helped) Increased need for sleep (12 hrs daily) Flatulence flatulence Inflammation of the liver Visual impairment Feeling cold The worst were and are still the withdrawal symptoms: electrocution throughout Body, mainly from the neck starting from dizziness attacks sudden nausea headache general poor physical condition but: fatigue and increased sleep are gone and mentally I’m fine.

  6. Ashley D. Chavez says:
    4.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Fatigue

    I got paroxetine from my family doctor and in addition by confirmation of a neurologist against my anxiety attacks, tachycardia, feelings of powerlessness, fear of full halls, rooms, especially enclosed spaces. I have never dealt with the side effects, because otherwise I get all in turn. By chance, I have read your reports and can recognize myself in all of you. The drug was also downplayed on me and explained as not addictive, as a very light psychopharmaceutical. But I have to repeat it to you, after forgotten taking dizziness as well as these flashes in the head. In addition, I often have dizziness and a Schwipp-Schwapp feeling in the daily routine, as when the brain swims around in the head. My wrists hurt, as do my ankles. Many things are out of my hands and I am partially confused. I have tensions in my neck that cause migraines. Since I take the drug I have increased dandruff and headjucken. I sweat unnaturally, at the slightest effort. In addition, I have 25 kilos in the 4 years and I was already a strong piece. In addition, I have partial vision problems. Dear people, that all I have taken 4 years and not attributed to the tablets, naive as I am. But I will now deal with it and try to reduce the paroxin slowly from 20mg. Thanks to your reports, I know that I have to be careful. I’m still trying to get therapeutic help, as I’m very afraid of new attacks. But I have to say that I’ve had anxiety attacks and heart attacks lately, despite medication. I wish you all the best.

  7. April M. Carr says:
    4.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Sleep disorders

    I get along well with the drug paroxetine (which I noted in an extra entry about paroxetine). It helps a lot against anxiety, panic, social phobia and bad mood (depression?). Because of sleep disturbances, however, I took trimipramine (trimineurin) in the evening, which I will discuss here in more detail. Initially 25 mg. I was able to sleep well, but the next day I felt like on drug. I was dizzy, had circulatory problems, in the morning flickering in front of the eyes, an uncomfortable heaviness of the body, sensations, etc. I went down to 12.5 mg. This drug feeling has diminished somewhat, but I constantly had difficulty concentrating and blurred vision, so that I could barely read. Even a weight gain turned up quickly. After 3 weeks I dropped it off. I have been without trimipramine for 4 days now. I’m sleeping worse again, but all the side effects have disappeared and I feel normal again. The weight has gone down to normal weight again.

  8. Stephen C. Arrington says:
    4.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Depression

    Visual disturbances, especially when reading blurred letters, concentration even more impaired, confined and disturbed, intense dreams, increased morning low, restless, since 4th intake day shivering, increased fears, the feeling to stand next to me Take Med. Anyway, hope so only the familiarization symptoms are.

  9. Laura A. Nunes says:
    4.0 rating

    Nausea, loss of appetite, weight loss, loss of libido, insomnia, dizziness, blurred vision, tingling in legs, increased anxiety – everything only in the first 6 weeks, then very well tolerated until today, very very helpful drug, completely new attitude to lifeTrying out is worth it and persevere!!!