• tony tony
    February 25, 2009
    will paxil make you feel like your shaking inside
    tony tony
    February 25, 2009


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  • Paul February 25, 2009
    February 25, 2009

    I' not sure of what you mean by, shaking inside.


    Some of Paxil's side effects could be construed to fit what you are saying, this is taken directly from Health Central's Healthsquare.com about Paxil, which you can find here:


    Tell your doctor immediately if any of these unlikely but serious side effects occur:

    • unusual or severe mental/mood changes (e.g., agitation, thoughts of suicide)
    • shakiness (tremor)
    • restlessness
    • inability to keep still
    • decreased interest in sex
    • changes in sexual ability
    • blurred vision
    • numbness/tingling

    There is more information about Paxil at that link.

    Contact your doctor, they may need to adjust the dosage, or another drug.

  • psychoward1 February 25, 2009
    February 25, 2009

    I have not taken paxil. But here is a site that offers side effects information:




    These are the serious side effects listed.


    * seizure (convulsions);


    *tremors, shivering, muscle stiffness or twitching;


    *problems with balance or coordination;


    *agitation, confusion, sweating, fast heartbeat; or


    *easy bruising or bleeding (such as a nosebleed).



    Less serious Paxil side effects may include:


    *feeling nervous, restless, or unable to sit still;


    *drowsiness, dizziness, weakness;


    *sleep problems (insomnia);


    *nausea, constipation, loss of appetite;


    *weight changes;


    *decreased sex drive, impotence, or difficulty having an orgasm; or


    *dry mouth, yawning, or ringing in your ears


    You should inform your doctor of the side effects you are experiencing.




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