Dependence effect of Paroxetine

We have 521 consumer reports for Paroxetine. Dependence effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Dependence side effect for Paroxetine

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
209.44
194.01

Average height in Ft
5′ 8″
5′ 10″

Average age
45
50

Paroxetine Circle Diagram 5 consumers of 521 reported about Dependence

  1. Carol G. Jones says:
    4.0 rating

    Paroxetine I take now almost 3 years since the discontinuation is very difficult. Am now on 10 mg. Each withdrawal symptoms when trying to sell it completely. These express themselves with howls, sadness, depri and strong dizziness. Over the course of time, I have also gained weight. Much tired and knocked out.

  2. Michael J. Hawk says:
    2.5 rating

    Paroxetine for Depression

    The purpose of this drug has met in principle well. Mood brightening, increased drive, better sleep, … Over the years, however, the side effects were distressing. As side effects during the treatment I had primarily sweating, hot flashes, lack of libido. Over the complete 2 years! As unacceptable, however, the side effects at weaning after 2 years out (creep out of 40mg within 4 weeks): severe dizziness, headache, circulatory difficulties, short-term (secondarily) sensory disorders primarily in the face and hands, fatigue, lack of drive. For that, the paroxetine allegedly does not make it dependent, it is extremely unpleasant and tedious to get away from it!

  3. Kathy J. Phillips says:
    3.5 rating

    Paroxetine for Burnout syndrome

    I took paroxetine for 8 years and was with some psychiatrists. The exact cause of my illness could not be determined. The drug itself works very well after 2-3 weeks creep. Except for the vaginal dryness, there were no side effects with regular use. As soon as I forgot to take it but one day, the side effects came violently .. tremble, tachycardia, sweating, anxiety, dizziness. I’ve been clean for 2 months now if you can say it that way – but it took me 8 years to do it because the sales were worse than the disease itself at the beginning. Advice from the doctor was: You have to go through. Without a sympathetic employer (it is best to stay home for two to three months) and very strong family support and support, it is not feasible to give up. If someone claims the drug does not make you addicted then that’s WRONG. I’m probably paroxetine-damaged, sometimes dizzy, headache …