Paxil Side Effects Warning


Paxil Side EffectsLooking for information on the possible side effects from taking Paxil? 

You’ve come to the right place!

Listed below are over 450 different side effects of Paxil (paroxetine) that showed up during the decade of testing…

in a Herculean effort to find two studies (only two!) that would show Paxil works better than a placebo to mask the symptoms of depression.

By employing a ‘scientific’ methodology that would be laughed out of any junior high school science class, researchers were finally able to produce those two studies.

The ten long years of struggle and many drug trial failures had paid off!





Leaving a path of pain and suffering in it’s wake, Paxil was finally ‘proven’ to be safe and effective in the treatment of depression.

Later, Paxil was ‘proven’ safe and effective for panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and anxiety.

And now you get to live with the results. How many of these hundreds of side effects do you have?

As you read over this huge list, keep in mind these are real people who were (and are) really suffering. It’s so easy to ‘gloss-over’ these hundreds and hundreds of Paxil side effects, mostly because there are just so many of them.

  • But how many people can’t sleep tonight because of Paxil?
  • How many can’t get out of bed because of the crushingly painful migraine headaches?
  • How many people no longer feel like a human being because they’re taking Paxil?
  • How many good honest people think they’re going crazy – right now?
  • How many are sick with the ‘Paxil flu’?

What’s your story? How much weight have you gained? Are you feeling the pain of Paxil?

Paxil can affect many different body parts and systems. If you have not yet started taking Paxil, you may wish to reconsider after reading this information.

Listed below are the most frequent side effects as reported by the GSK.

Frequencies range from 1% to 36.3%. These figures are somewhat misleading, since one in five of those test subjects – a full 20% – had to drop out of the drug trials because the Paxil side effects were simply too harsh to tolerate.

If these ‘quitters’ (as the researchers called them) were factored in, the true percentage of people suffering from side effects would increase substantially.

To illustrate what I mean,consider the following example: Recent unbiased studies suggest as many as half the people taking Paxil have sexual problems of one kind or another.





Compare this percentage with the ‘official’ results from GSK testing – which indicated about 10% of the clinical trial patients had sexual problems.

What does this say? In real life - your life - the Paxil side effects occur much more frequently than previously reported. In this case, five timesmore frequently!
 

Paxil Side Effects

The most common side effects are in bold.

Abdominal pain, Abnormal dreams, Abnormal ejaculation, Abnormal vision, Agitation, Amnesia, Anxiety, Anorgasmia, Asthenia, Back pain, Blurred vision, Chest pain, Chills, Concentration impaired, Confusion, Constipation, Cough increased, Decreased appetite, Decreased libido, Delayed ejaculation/orgasm, Depersonalization, Depression, Diarrhea, Dizziness, Drugged feeling, Dry mouth, Dysmenorrhea, Dyspepsia, Erectile difficulties, Dyspepsia, Ejaculatory disturbance, Female genital disorder, Flatulence, Flu syndrome, Headache, Hyperkinesia, Impotence, Increased appetite, Infection, Insomnia, Male genital disorders, Myalgia, Myasthenia, Myoclonus, Myopathy, Nausea, Nervousness, Orgasmic disturbance, Orthopharynx disorder, Palpitation, Paresthesia, Pharyngitis, Rash,Respiratory disorder, Rhinitis, Sexual dysfunction, Sinusitis, Somnolence, Sweating, Taste perversion, Trauma, Tremor, Urinary frequency, Urinary impaired, Urinary tract infection, Vasodilation, Vomiting, and Yawn.

Remember, the above list is for major (frequent) side effects of Paxil as reported by the SKB.

This next list is for the minor (less frequent – not less debilitating) side effects of Paxil. They also were reported during the many years of testing.

Paxil side effects listed in bold occurred in more than 1% of the patients. The remaining side effects of Paxil occurred in less than 1% of the patients who tested Paxil back in the 1980′s.

Abnormal erythrocytes, Abnormal gait, Abnormal lymphacytes, Abnormal thinking, Abnormality of accommodation, Abortion, Acne, Adrenergic syndrome, Akinesia, Alcohol abuse, Alkaline phosphatase increased, Allergic reaction, Alopecia, Amblyopia, Amenorrhea, Anemia, Angina pectoris, Angioedema, Anisocoria, Antisocial reaction, Aphasia, Aphthous stomatitis, Arrhythmia nodal, Arthralgia, Arthritis, Arthrosis, Asthma, Ataxia, Atrial fibrillation, Basophilia, Bilirubinemia, Bleeding time increased, Blepharitis, Bloody diarrhea, Bradycardia, Breast atrophy, Breast enlargement, Breast pain, Bronchitis, Bruxism, Bulimia, BUN increased ,Bundle branch block, Bursitis, Cardiospasm, Cataract, Cellulitis, Cerebral ischemia, Cerebrovascular accident, Cholelithiasis, Chills, Choreoathetosis (Sounds like a dancer with bad breath, but don’t quote me on that.), Circumoral parasthesias, Colitis, Conjuctival edema, Congestive heart failure, Conjuctivitis, Contact dermatitis, Convulsions, Corneal ulcer, Creatinine phosphokinase increased, Cystitis, Deafness, Dehydration, Delirium, Delusions, Diabetes mellitus, Diplopia, Duodenitis, Drug dependence, Dry skin,Dysarthria, Dyskinesia, Dysphagia, Dyspnea, Dystonia, Dysuria, Ear pain, Ecchymosis, Eczema, Edema, Emotional lability, Emphysema, Endometrial disorder, Enteritis, Eosinophilia, Epididimitis, Epistaxis, Eructation, Erythema multiforme, Erythema nodosum, Esophagitis, Euphoria (They say it like it’s a bad thing!), Exfoliative dermatitis, Exophthalmos, Extrapyramidal syndrome, Eye hemorrhage, Eye pain, Face edema, Fasciculations, Fecal impactions, Fecal incontinence, Female lactation, Fibrocystic breast, Fungal dermatitis, Furunculosis, Gamma globulins increased, Gastritis, Gastrenteritis, Generalized spasm, Gingivitis, Glaucoma, Glossitis, Goiter, Gout, Grand mal convulsions, Gum hemorrhage, Hallucinations, Heart block, Hematemesis, Hematuria, Hematoma, Hemoptysis (Sounds like a guy who’s afraid to mop the floor.), Hepatitis, Herpes simplex, Herpes zoster, Hiccups, Hirsutium, Hostility, Hyperacusis, Hyperalgesia, Hypercalcemia, Hypercholesteremia, Hyperglycemia, Hyperkalemia, Hyperphosphatemia, Hypertension, Hyperthyroidism, Hypertonia, Hyperventilation, Hypesthesia, Hypocalcemia, Hypochromic anemia, Hypoglycemia, Hypokalemia, Hypokinesia ,Hyponatremia, Hypotension, Hysteria, Ileitis, Ileus, Incoordination, Increased salivation, Intestinal obstruction, Iron deficiency anemia, Jaundice, Ketosis, Kidney calculus, kidney pain, Keratoconjunctivitis, Lack of emotion, Lactic dehydrogenase increased, Leucocytosis, Leucopenia, Leukorrhea, Libido increase, Liver function tests abnormal, Low cardiac output, Lung fibrosis, Lymphadema, Lymphadenopathy, Lymphocytosis, Maculopapular rash, Malaise, Manic-depressive reaction, Manic reaction, Matitis, Melena, Meningitis, menorrhagia, Metrorrhagia, Microcytic anemia, Migraine, Moniliasis, Monocytosis, Mouth ulceration, Mydreasus, Mydriasis, Myelitis, Myocardial infarct, Myocardial ischemia, Myositis, Neck pain, Neck rigidity, Nephritis, Neuralgia, Neuropathy, Neurosis, Night blindness, Nocturia, Non protein nitrogen (NPN) increased, Normocytic anemia, Nystagmus, Oliguria, Osteoporosis, Otitis exterma, Otitis media, Pallor, Paralysis, Paranoid reaction, Pelvic pain, Peptic ulcer, Peripheral edema, Peripheral neuritis, Peritonitis, Perosmia, Phlebitis, Photophobia, Photosensitivity, Pneumonia, Polyuria, Pruritis (Sounds like something you get in church.), Psychosis, Psychotic depression, Ptosis, Pulmanary edema, Pulmanary embolus, Purpura, Pyuria, Rectal hemorrhage, Reflexes decreased, Reflexes increased, Respiratory flu, Retinal hemorrhage, Salivary gland enlargement, Saplingitis, Seborrhea, Sepsis, SGOT increased, SGPT increased, Sialadenitis, Skin discoloration, Skin hypertrophy, Skin ulcer, Sputum increased (Don’t ask!), Stomach ulcer, Stomatitis, Stridor, Stupor, Supraventricular extrasystoles, Syncope, Sweating decreased, Tachycardia, Taste loss, Tenosynovitis, Tetany, Thirst, Thrombocythemia, Thrombocytopenia, Thrombophlebitis, Thrombosis, Thyroiditis, Tinnitus, Tongue discoloration, Tongue edema, Tooth caries, Torticollis, Trismus, Ulcer, Ulcerative stomatitis, Urethritis, Urinary casts, Urinary retention, Urinary urgency, Urolith, Urticaria, Uterine spasm, Vaginal hemorrhage, Vaginal moniliasis, Vaginitis, Varicose vein, Vascular headache, Ventricular extrasystoles, Vesiculobullous rash, Visual field defect, Voice alteration, Vertigo, Weight gain, and Withdrawal syndrome.

In addition to reading these Paxil side effects, it’s also important to understand the underlying causes that would lead you to such a painful place.

I almost feel guilty because my life has become so enjoyable and so easy. Especially since I remember how miserable I used to be.

Basically it comes down to making one slight shift in what you do everyday, and you can watch in amazement as your life slowly begins to start working out in almost every way.

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