Paxil - Innovative Formula

Being an alternative selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor, Paxil promotes a powerful influence on the brain and the central nervous system, balancing the disorders and significantly improving the condition. As a result, Paxil is approved to be an effective treatment of anxiety disorders, depression, post-traumatic stress disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, premenstrual dysphoric disorders and others. Consult your healthcare provider to learn more about other Paxil uses and their safety in your exact case.




Recommendations for Proper Paxil Intake

Never start Paxil intake without previous doctor's consultation. Talk to your healthcare provider about its safety, possible side effects and other specifications of the treatment course. Follow the determined dose and length of the course, as well as other adjustments. Report the drug ineffectiveness, though never increase the dose on your own. Severe health problems may occur if Paxil is misused or overused. To experience the desirable improvements, a patient should keep using the remedy for a complete duration of the treatment course. You can use the antidepressant for over 4 weeks, and only after that you will notice considerable improvements. However, sudden stop of Paxil course will activate unwanted withdrawal symptoms.

Once you have missed Paxil dose, use it the first possible moment, or skip it if the following scheduled one should be administered soon. Paxil can promote reaction and alertness disorders, so it is advisable to eliminate accomplishing any tasks that require accuracy and rapidity.

Combinations with Other Pharmaceuticals

Combining Paxil with other drugs without doctor's approval can cause severe health abnormalities, allergic reactions and other abnormalities. Do not combine the antidepressant with:

  • Seizuredrugs;
  • Heart rhythm treatments;
  • Narcotic pain medications;
  • Migraine headache remedies;
  • Blood thinners;
  • HIV/AIDStreatments;
  • Cimetidine;
  • Tryptophan;
  • Tamoxifen and others.

Health Issues to Inform Your Healthcare Provider about before the Medication Intake

Do not start Paxil course until your healthcare specialist recommends you to. The treatment is contraindicated for people, who are allergic to the ingredients of the drug. Dangerous interactions may occur if Paxil is used within 14 days after MAO inhibitor intake. To make sure Paxil will not cause any bothersome reactions and undesirable side effects, a patient should tell a medical specialist about other health concerns he/she has, especially:

  • Decreased sodium levels in the blood;
  • Epilepsy;
  • Blood clotting issues;
  • Abnormal blood pressure;
  • Heart disorders;
  • Kidney or liver impairments;
  • Narrow-angle glaucoma and others.

The medication is not approved for patients under 18 years old.

Side Effects, Health Abnormalities and Complications

Contact your healthcare provider immediately if antidepressant intake resulted in any health problems or abnormalities. Seek emergency medical assistance in case any symptoms of allergic reactions started bothering you, especially breathing issues, hives, itching and others.

Report other mild to severe complications to the medical specialist, including:

  • Abnormal thoughts and behavior;
  • Vision disorders;
  • Severe skin reactions;
  • Severe central nervous system impairments;
  • Insomnia;
  • Nausea, vomiting, constipation and other stomach disorders;
  • Impotence, ejaculation disorders and similar sex-related problems;
  • Decreased range of sodium in the blood, etc.