Taking Chantix With Paxil/buspar

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this is my 2nd week on the chantix,i do mess up once or twice a day with a cigg,but i was smoking a pack a day.Anyway im on Paxil/Buspar for Panic disorder.i have been having weird dreams i feel like im in a funk,and all i wanna do is sleep,and sometimes i do get depressed.is this a problem with the mix of meds? please help



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Verwon Says:

Well, we aren't medical professionals, but yes, that could be what's causing it, the combination of the medications or any of them individually.

They can all causes these types of side effects and taking all 3 at once can make them even worse.

Have you talked to your doctor about this? It is a serious issue that should be dealt with.

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