Paroxetine is an antidepressant drug, which is used for curing major depression, various states of anxiety, stress and panic attacks. Paroxetine is known to be the first medicine used to cure panic attacks in United States.
Drug Name: Paroxetine
This medicine is used to cure major depression, OCD, post traumatic stress disorder and menopausal hot flashes. Paroxetine works by altering unbalanced chemicals in the brain that created mood changes.
There can be various adverse effects like suicidal idealization and suicidal behavior in children, and there can be some contradictions in women showing signs of pregnancy. It also happens to have the highest incidence rates and severity of withdrawal syndrome of various medications of this class. The trend of suicide has been studied and found during the state of anxiety and various panic attacks as well as high depression. The most important reason for side effect is certainly the major depression and anxiety disorders.
Severe side effects include:
Like any other drug, Paroxetine may interact with other drugs and substances. You should consult with your doctor or medical professional before adding any new medication, including over the counter drugs. Below is a list of drugs that have been known to interact with Paroxetine . Note that this list does not include all possible drug interactions.
There has been various indication of development of life-threatening serotonin syndrome or NMS and similar reactions, which has been reported with SNRI and SSRI treatment and treatment with Paxil. Paroxetine interacts with the enzyme called cytochrome P450 as well. There can be various other interactions. You can consult your doctor.