PAXIL is prescribed for serious depression that interferes with ones ability to function. Symptoms include changes in appetite and sleep patterns,a persistent low mood, loss of interest in people and activities, decreased sex drive, suicidal thoughts among others. LEXAPRO is also prescribed for depression and is fairly new. It's a little less strong and supposed to have fewer side effects. Both can be prescribed by any Dr. but should be prescribed by and monitored by a psychiatrist.
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I have not tried Paxil but I know from experience with Lexapro, is that it works very well. Trying to come off of it is the challenge. I got extreme dizziness and nausea. Although, that lasted a few weeks then it surpassed and I'm back to normal. Lexapro worked great for me and I strongly recomment it.
I am on Lexapro and I have been on it now for 6 months. I was taking Paxil for 3 weeks and stopped that cold turkey but I also started taking the Lexapro when I stopped the Paxil. I think you should be fine because you have only been taking it for 2 weeks and it takes about 4 - 6 weeks to build up to a pharmacutical dosage. Now I also think you might have a little of withdrawl symptoms but I'm not sure about that. You should call a pharmacist and they will be able to tell you what to expect for only taking Lexapro for 2 weeks. Why do you want to stop taking it anyway? I think Lexapro is great. In the begining it made me feel tired and like I didn't care about anything but after a few weeks I was great. I gained some weight taking it but I rather be chubby that anxious/panicy all the time.
It is known that serotonin may cause bronchial constriction (tight airways) and increase the amount of histamine that is released. Probably, for these reasons all well-known SSRIs (like Lexapro, Zoloft, Paxil, Celexa, Prozac) might cause different breathing problems (like cough, wheezing or even asthma).
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