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Can You Take Paxil With Inderal
With caution: Paxil may increase the bp-lowering effect of inderal; so a person on both should be monitored for hypotension (dizziness, feeling faint), slow heart rate, ekg changes. Discuss this issue with the prescribing doc to determine if there are viable alternatives to either drug that won't cause this interaction. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Paxil is an ssri antidepressant approved for treatment of unipolar (as opposed to bipolar) depression as well as a variety of anxiety-spectrum conditions. It carries a relatively greater risk of medication interactions & is considered to be less safe for a developing fetus as compared to some other antidepressants. All antidepressants have risk of emergent suicidal ...Read more
Get heart palps and near 90BPM when wake up late and not take meds at the sm time (4 hours diff). Inderal, effexor, lyrica and Paxil withdraw. Normal?
Well,...see your Dr.: You appear to have 2 things possible. The inderal, a Beta Blocker will help slow your heart rate (and can help with palpitations), so by missing doses the rate can rise and you can get palpitations. Anxiety, which you may be taking paxil for, also causes palpitation s and can increase your heart rate, so that needs to be controlled and treated too. Have your Dr. help you get a sound plan of Tx. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Psychiatrist stop paxil, seroquel, lithium (bipolar1) & inderal (social phobia, agarophobia, panic attack) all together at once 2 w ago. Opinion?
Taper down: The maximization of antidepressant use is a long subject to address. Firstly, do not stop any medication without consulting the prescribing physician. If you feel functionally stable & have been able to sustain this over time, then a discussion with the prescriber is warranted. There are may factors to consider before stopping. Always gradually taper down if cessation is the agreed upon goal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Paxil: Two to three weeks.Get a more detailed answer ›
Be careful!: I hope you have a good reason; should only stop in conjunction with your doctor and should not assume you will experience this effect. One study, which controlled for the placebo effect, indicated that only approximately one in five individuals actually experiencce a discontinuation syndrome when stopping a medication like paxil. That said, while it can occur earlier, average onset is two days. ...Read more
Ask your MD: Ask your prescribing doctor. I feel it would be important for this conversation to take place between you two. These are important questions and concerns that should be openly discussed... ...Read more
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