Color Paxil 40mg Tab

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one side has a G
other side P4 round white tab

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JudyF Says:

I have spent one miserable three weeks on the 20 mg generic paxil manufactured by Mylan. I have had to go back to the expensive PAXIL $123.00 a month until I can get myself squared away. I know I have been on a generic for the last rwo years but I do not know who the manufacturer was. They were white oval. Never examined them closly to see any numbers or letters on them. This is really frustrating and I feel violated to have been given something that was not going to treat my problem. My doctor said it is in the delivery system of generics and that the most trouble was seen in the SSRI's and other antidepresants. This is a sad comentary for our drug companies that they cannot make a better generic. It is called GREED.

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Verwon Says:

Yes, the tablet with the G P4 marking is listed as containing 40mgs of Paroxetine, which is a generic for Paxil. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, weight changes, and mood changes.

Judy, how are you doing, now? Has there been any change? Have you found one that works for you?

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