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my dr has prescribed me xet cr 12.5. i m taking and getting benefited but i want to discontinue it. kindly guide me how i can ? ## Xet CR contains the active ingredient Paroxetine, this is an SSRI antidepressant. Have you spoken to your doctor about discontinuing this mediation? Since it is an SSRI, if you stop suddenly, you could experience withdrawal effects, such as: nausea, diarrhea, headaches and chills/fever. In addition, there could also be rebound effects, such as worsening of the condition you were taking it for and suicidal thoughts and tendencies. These medications usually require a very slow taper to stop using them. ...
Updated 7 years ago in Paroxetine.
Fri, Jul 30 '10, 5:08 PM
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i have been suffering from "panic disorder" and taking xet-cr (37.5, 25.0,12.5) since 18 months . now i am taking xet-cr 12.5 in every alternate day. that why , now i am feeling weak_an electric sock in spinal cord_a little pain in back of head_gradually high heart beat for some time_etc. Some time i think i am addicted by this drug, because when i want to discontinue this drug , these above symptoms are begun and doctor gives me the same medicine in continuation with xet-cr plus 12.5. I WANT TO OVERCOME FROM IT BUT HOW ? , pls tell me. ## Strong will power... do what u like and meet people whom you like .... try to stop it as soon as possible. i hv been taking it since 7 years.... but now i have stopped since 2 months.... though i find hard at times....but i want to come out of... ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Mon, Jan 28 '13, 1:49 AM
xet cr 37.50 and Ozmacetol ER 300
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My son, age 14 years, has been prescribed the above medicines for behavioural problems. want to know about the side effects ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Tue, Dec 07 '10, 5:23 AM

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