Can Paroxetine help to heal a gastritis and ulcer if they are caused by stress and anxiety?

Paxil (paroxetine) can help. Gastritis can certainly be worsened by stress. Paxil (paroxetine) can help if your stress, depression, or anxiety is so severe that it is causing impairment. It is not uncommon to have stress and anxiety show up as physical signs and symptoms. Diet and exercise can help, too. Good luck!

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I take Paroxetine to try to treat ulcer and gastritis (which are probably due to anxiety) But I read Paroxetine has ulcer as side effect?

Need help from GI. If you have a peptic ulcer,most important is to start the right GI treatment, with acid secretion blockers +/-antibiotics, etc.according to your gastroenterologist Dr. While this is done, anxiety needs to be addressed with anxiolitics, a good combo is clonazepam 0.5mgBID and a slow titration of an SSRI ( fluoxetine or sertraline or escitalopram,etc). Avoid paroxetine for now if GI side effects.. Read more...
Possible. That is, a possible side effect. Most people taking Paroxetine don't get an ulcer from it. Just about any medicine has an ulcer as a possible side effect. Although there are not guarantees, there are good odds that you won't get that side effect. Paroxetine, does tend to help anxiety for many people. Read more...