Getting Off Paxil

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chris Says:
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I been on paxil 5 mg for like 2 weeks well really a week and the 2 week I Started taking it every other day for 3 days then I stop was that the right thing to do

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Verwon Says:
 
Hello, Chris! How are you?

Actually, after just a week, tapering usually isn't necessary. How are feeling? Did you experience any adverse effects?

The FDA classifies this medication as an SSRI antidepressant and lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and weight gain.

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chris Says:
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Verwon hey hi are you and thanks for asking I am okay I just wanted to know if I did the right thing all I have experience for right now is Alot of sweating at night and my head fill Heavy at times well not such heavy but like a lil headache are something how long will it take for it to completely out my system

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chris Says:
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How long do it really take for paxil to get in your system

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