Paxil Cr And Perphenazine

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i am taking one in the day and one in the night dont feel good and confused and sick with diarrhea and constipation

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Loretta Says:
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I too got diarrhea and very c on fused taking perphenazine 16mg at nite for depression I don't understand how it can help with depression if you take it at nite anyone have a aanswer to this. I also take it with 1200 mg gabapentin 300mg 2x daily 600mg at nite time I wake up shaky in the morning since I started on the perphenazine. Wishing you luck with your meds loretta

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Verwon Says:

How long have you been taking it?

Loretta, the time of day it is taken doesn't matter, it will still reach its level of efficacy in the body, it doesn't matter if you take it during the day, or at night.

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, mood changes, and weight changes.

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Kenny Says:
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Stop taking the perphenazine immediately. Perphenazine for me started about 16 years ago. All of a sudden I started getting bad tremors shaky hands shaky legs couldn't sit still I finally went to talk to and they put me on some other meds try to stop the shaking and not lower the perphenazine which they should have. So it's been about two and a half almost 3 years now I was diagnosed with medicine induced Parkinson's disease and tardive dyskinesia. As you can imagine life is a lot different. Stop taking it now. Mine is a sad story. Please get the word out anybody you may know who is on this medicine to stop it immediately.

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