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    Old 01-24-2005, 06:52 AM   #1
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    4 days on Paxil....can you stop "cold" now w/o probs?

    Me again.....sorry. My husband still isn't doing well and that is adding to his anxiety. He is still feeling the weird side-effects from yesterday morning's pill, 24 hours later. He doesn't want to take it anymore, but wonders if he needs to still take half a dose to "taper" off today......or has it been such a short time that it won't really matter (he's had 4 days on it--10 mg, 5 mg, 5 mg--did semi-okay on 5 mg--and yesterday back to 10 mg).

    Thank you again.

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    Old 01-24-2005, 07:14 AM   #2
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    Re: 4 days on Paxil....can you stop "cold" now w/o probs?

    i stopped cold after 6 days and no withdrawal

     
    Old 01-24-2005, 08:03 AM   #3
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    Re: 4 days on Paxil....can you stop "cold" now w/o probs?

    Thank you! That's what he finally decided to do. We just didn't want to make things any worse, as we're really worried about his reaction to it.

     
    Old 01-24-2005, 09:02 AM   #4
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    Re: 4 days on Paxil....can you stop "cold" now w/o probs?

    hi tabs, my stopping advice comes a bit too late but it wouldve been ok to stop. i too took 1 paxil and it was horrible for me!! i felt it up to a week after i had taken it it was that bad!! but can i suggest a med that seems to have very little side effects as well as really good effects longterm, and its a med i took called celexa. for about 2 weeks you can tell ur on soemthing but all it is is a bit of forgetfullness, yawning and being tired and other than that i hardly felt anything,and i feel high when i take tylenol!! so i react to meds like crazy. this drug will also help him with his problems. some meds and perhaps this one could make him feel worse for a while, a lot of them are like that but if he keeps up with it it will go away. and it really helps with depression, anxiety and all around mood.

     
    Old 01-24-2005, 09:21 AM   #5
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    Re: 4 days on Paxil....can you stop "cold" now w/o probs?

    these bad reactions to antidepressants do happen to anxiety sufferers but some docs wont believe it
    paxil is a prozac or SSRI type, another type may work better and could be tried later

    with a bad reaction the patient often never goes back to the doc so he never learns what happened

     
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