Suicidal ideation effect of Paroxetine

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

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Paroxetine Circle Diagram 6 consumers of 521 reported about Suicidal ideation

  1. Glenn C. Boyer says:
    4.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Burnout syndrome

    In 2002, a 78-year-old woman ran into the truck with suicidal intent. She died immediately. The nervous overburdening then resulted in total burnout 2 years later (nothing went any further), even when the family doctor called by my father came I wanted to run away in panic , Paroxetine is the drug of first choice in post-traumatic stress disorder, panic attacks and agoraphobia, but you have to be aware that the effect will not occur until 6 – 8 weeks, the time until then is hell (suicide, self-mutilation, palpitations, sweating, total inner Empty). Once you have survived this beautiful … time the recovery has taken place in a surprisingly short time (2 – 4 days). At the beginning of the treatment you need someone who is watching, possibly statonär. stay tuned.

  2. James K. Hill says:
    3.5 rating

    The side effects were severe. At the beginning of the treatment fatigue and complete exhaustion. Although I am not remotely depressed, but have taken the drug for pain treatment, I had suicidal thoughts. It got worse when discontinuing the drug. Electric shock like dizziness, suicidal thoughts, cotton wool & amp; complete exhaustion. My conclusion: never again.

  3. Victoria A. Mathews says:
    5.0 rating

    Paroxetine for Anxiety disorders

    The medicine has helped me a lot and I will probably take it lifelong, that is, to take, in the morning 20 mg. Because I would never again be attacked by panic and anxiety attacks, which then also turned into depression. My life has changed completely through paroxetine. I am carefree and cheerful, have fallen in love again and married. I work full time, play volleyball, have many friends – all very well. The side effects, however, were horrible in the first weeks: heavy sweating, total restlessness, even suicidal thoughts. Fortunately, my family was there for me during this time and after about ten weeks it has subsided and I am alive again. Why should I stop taking the pills if they make my life so much better? Other illnesses also require a lifetime of medication, such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and others.

    Side effects: Suicidal ideation; Unrest; Sweat
  4. Ann C. Martinez says:
    3.5 rating

    Paroxetine for Depression

    In retrospect, I would not start this drug again. It may have helped me a little through its drive-enhancing effect maybe 2-3 years. At the same time, however, I had intensified thoughts of suicide and was unable to live up to a satisfactory sexuality by paralyzing libido. However, the positive effect of the drug fizzled after about 2 years. Above all, I would like to warn of the withdrawal symptoms. I have tried it three times, ia. in a 6-month settling process. At first you think that everything is alright. For me comes about 2-3 months after discontinuing the hammer blow. Total lethargy, tearfulness, sensitivity to noise, mood swings (which I never knew to that extent), suicidal thoughts, etc. In hindsight, I brought the medicine to a greater evil than I had before.