Flatulence effect of Paroxetine

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

Patients statistics on Flatulence side effect for Paroxetine

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
159.83
148.81

Average height in Ft
5′ 7″
5′ 11″

Average age
47
40

Paroxetine Circle Diagram 6 consumers of 521 reported about Flatulence

  1. Louisa M. Gibbs says:
    4.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Depression

    Hello, take Paroxetine for 3 months. Fear and depression are clearly limited until gone. Feeling of rapid overload also due to leisure stress depending on the form of the day. Side effects galore – unfortunately. At the beginning extreme fatigue. It took a few weeks for this to settle. Even after 3 months still increased need for sleep. Work was hard to imagine. Persistent nausea, from 7 days about 5, sometimes stronger, sometimes weaker. Libido loss, now regulates this again. Slight increase in weight, but also controllable. Permissive yawning. Extreme night sweat. Repeated changes of sleepwear necessary. This is very stressful – after 3 months 3 of 7 nights relatively dry. Sleep through, especially because of the very strong sweating. For a few days very intense dreams. No nightmares, but irritating and slightly disturbing content. Very (!!) strong flatulence / flatulence. Flatulence and defecation very strong smelling. I hope that regulates this soon! This is particularly stressful in social interaction (use of other toilets, visits from friends, restaurants). Incompatibility of alcohol. Low (!!!) Quantities okay, everything else led me to a several-hour film break, personality change and hospitalization because of alcohol intoxication. I can not remember the increased consumption of alcohol! Therefore, I strongly advise against alcohol in combination with paroxetine, the loss of control and the intoxication is bad.

  2. 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.

  3. Dean I. Geraghty says:
    4.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Depression

    The first two weeks lead to tiredness, increased sweating. 5 minutes of fluid bowel movements and flatulence.

    Side effects: Flatulence; Diarrhea; Sweat; Fatigue