Forgot Paxil Can I Sub Prozac

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Chrissy Says:
 
Left my paxil at home and I'm on trip. Can I take my wives prozac for a few days or just skip my antidepressant altogether?

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Verwon Says:
 
Hello, Chrissy! How are you?

It would be best to check with your doctor, because the doses differ from one to the other, even though they are in the same class of medications.

If you skip it for the duration of your trip, you may experience withdrawal effects, that may include nausea, diarrhea, rebound depression and anxiety.

What dosages do you each take?

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