Paroxetine-higher Dosage

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Scott Says:

i am currently taking paroxetine hcl-40 mg tablet. i had to switch from paxil cr-around 62.5 mg because a program called " bridges to access" i guess quit operating. well, this cutback in dosage i can really feel, as you know what they say about cr-when going back to regular release you might need more mg for similar effect. do you manufacture a higher dosage, or is posible to work towards a solution? thanks so much. i really appreciate your help.

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Verwon Says:

Hi, Scott! How are you?

Sorry about the problem that you're having.

This website does not manufacture any medications, nor is it affiliated with any manufacturer, it is an information only website.

That said, the regular release Paroxetine is available in a maximum of 50mgs.

However, the manufacturer, GlaxoSmithKline still provides information on other assistance programs that may be able to help you get the Paxil XR again. You may want to try calling them for more details at 888-825-5249.

Learn more Paxil details here.

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Rita Says:
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Doctor has prescribed paxidep cr 62.5 Mg for anxiety for six weeks along with serta 50 Mg. Is it fine to take both??

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