Two years ago, I was diagnosed with borderline clinical atypical depression. I’ve been on 20 mg/day of Paxil ever since.
I was diagnosed with serotonin syndrome while taking Zoloft. After switching to Xanax, the depression and anxiety returned. Next I tried Remeron, which really knocked me out.
Paxil is a treatment for adults with depression and/or anxiety disorders. Paxil is one of a group of medicines called SSRIs (selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors). Everyone has a substance called serotonin in their brain.
I would like information about food/drink and medications. How significant is the impact on absorption availability? And, what is it about Serzone after SSRI? I have not usually seen that much difficulty switching patients from one medication to another but this one seems quite different.
I am a 32-year-old obese male with mild depression and panic disorder. My therapist of three years has suggested that Paxil would be of great benefit to me.
I suffer from body dysmorphic disorder (BDD). I have been taking Paxil for about a year and it has relieved my depression, but not my delusions or referential thinking.
I was diagnosed with OCD a couple of months ago, even though I have had symptoms since the age of seven. I mentioned to my therapist that during difficult situations, I think people are watching me and that they can sense what is wrong with me.