Paxil 10 Mg Inconsistent Inprimt

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Mia Says:
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Hi, I picked up my prescription of Paxil 10 mg today from CVS, it’s brand name and was in a sealed bottle from manufacturer. The pills are oval, yellow one side says Paxil and the other is 10 but with a spitter line in the middle. They have always looked like this. When I look at the Paxil side of the pill and flip it up like a notepad page all my old pills would show the 10 facing up but this last bottle the 10 is upside down. Is this normal? Shouldn’t their imprint all be consistent? Pharmacist said it’s fine but I want to confirm because I am super anxious about taking them and have to take it today. I look forward to your reply, thank you!

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Verwon Says:

Your pharmacist is correct it is fine, there's nothing that says they have to all face the same direction. It really depends on how they fall into the press.

The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, mood changes, and headache.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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