yaya19 asked in HealthMental Health · 1 decade ago

i have been taking paxil for two days.I didn't drink my pill today if i drink will it effect me?

Im invited to a fun party and i want to know if i can drink since i have taken paxil the last two days?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Don't stop taking your pills, even if you drink.

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  • 1 decade ago

    if you are on anti-depressants this will not effect you, beside the normal effect you get from alcohol.. It is the barbiturate's and downers that you need to not mix.. You should take your paxil today, it will take about 2 weeks for you to recieve any results from your paxil..

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Don't quit the paxil. Alcohol will increase the side effects of paxil. You'll get intoxicated easier, tired quicker,can increase dizziness ect..

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  • 1 decade ago

    There is a warning on the anti-depressant bottle that you should not drink and take the pills. They will counteract each other. Just go to the party and have fun, just don't drink!

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  • 1 decade ago

    you have only been on it for a short time, but it is still in you system. you should never drink on any prescription meds at all!!! i've made the mistake too many times, thinking i can be a hotshot and know it all, and it affected me in ways that i totally don't even remember!!!

    it was like having a date rape drug put in your drink!! you do the most stupid things, that you would not normally do!!

    i'm 40 yrs. old and just learned my lesson, please don't do it for your saftey sake!! good luck!!

    Source(s): personal history
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  • 1 decade ago

    How do you drink your pill?

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  • 1 decade ago

    I DON'T KNOW.... MYBE THIS'LL HELP.

    paroxetine hydrochloride

    (pah rox' a teen)

    Paxil, Paxil CR

    Pregnancy Category C

    Drug class

    Antidepressant

    Therapeutic actions

    Potentiates serotonergic activity in the CNS, resulting in antidepressant effect.

    Indications

    · Treatment of major depressive disorder

    · Treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorders

    · Treatment of panic disorders

    · Treatment of social anxiety disorder (social phobia)

    · Treatment of generalized anxiety disorder

    · Treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder

    · Treatment of premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD)

    · Unlabeled uses: Treatment of diabetic neuropathy, headaches, premature ejaculation

    Contraindications and cautions

    · Contraindicated with MAOI use.

    · Use cautiously in the elderly, with renal or hepatic impairment, pregnancy, lactation, suicidal patients.

    Available forms

    Tablets—10, 20, 30, 40 mg; CR tablets, 12.5, 25, 37.5 mg; suspension—10 mg/5 mL

    Dosages

    ADULTS

    · Depression: 20 mg/day PO as a single daily dose. Range: 20–50 mg/day. Or 25–62.5 mg/day CR tablet.

    · Obsessive-compulsive disorder: 20 mg/day PO as a single dose, may increase in 10-mg/day increments; do not exceed 60 mg/day.

    · Panic disorder: 10 mg/day, increase in increments of 10 mg/wk; usual range: 10–60 mg/day. Or 12.5–75 mg/day CR tablet; do not exceed 75 mg/day.

    · Social anxiety disorder: 20 mg/day PO as a single dose in the morning. May increase up to 60 mg/day or 37.5 mg/day CR form.

    · Generalized anxiety disorder: 20 mg/day PO as a single daily dose. Range: 20–50 mg/day.

    · PMDD: 12.5 mg/day PO as a single dose in the morning. Range, 12.5–25 mg/day.

    · Posttraumatic stress disorder: 20 mg/day as a single dose. Range: 20–50 mg/day PO.

    · Switching to or from an MAOI: At least 14 days should elapse between discontinuation of MAOI and initiation of paroxetine therapy; similarly, allow 14 days between discontinuing paroxetine and beginning MAOI.

    PEDIATRIC PATIENTS

    Safety and efficacy not established.

    GERIATRIC PATIENTS OR PATIENTS WITH RENAL OR HEPATIC IMPAIRMENT

    10 mg/day PO; do not exceed 40 mg/day. Or, 12.5 mg/day PO of CR tablets; do not exceed 50 mg/day.

    Pharmacokinetics

    Route

    Onset

    Oral

    Slow

    Metabolism: Hepatic; T1/2: 24 hr

    Distribution: Crosses placenta; enters breast milk

    Excretion: Urine

    Adverse effects

    · CNS: Somnolence, dizziness, insomnia, tremor, nervousness, headache, anxiety, paresthesia, blurred vision

    · CV: Palpitations, vasodilation, orthostatic hypotension, hypertension

    · Dermatologic: Sweating, rash, redness

    · GI: Nausea, dry mouth, constipation, diarrhea, anorexia, flatulence, vomiting

    · GU: Ejaculatory disorders, male genital disorders, urinary frequency

    · Respiratory: Yawns, pharyngitis, cough

    · Other: Headache, asthenia

    Interactions

    Drug-drug

    · Increased paroxetine levels and toxicity with cimetidine, MAOIs

    · Decreased therapeutic effects of phenytoin, digoxin

    · Decreased effectiveness of paroxetine with phenobarbital, phenytoin

    · Increased serum levels and possible toxicity of procyclidine, tryptophane, warfarin

    · Risk of serotonin syndrome (hypertension, hyperthermia, mental status changes) if used with SSRIs

    Drug-alternative therapy

    · Increased sedative-hypnotic effects with St. John's wort

    Nursing considerations

    Assessment

    · History: Hypersensitivity to paroxetine, lactation, renal or hepatic impairment, seizure disorder; pregnancy, lactation

    · Physical: Orientation, reflexes; P, BP, perfusion; R, adventitious sounds; bowel sounds, normal output; urinary output; liver evaluation; liver and renal function tests

    Interventions

    · Administer once a day in the morning.

    · Shake suspension well before using.

    · Ensure that patient swallows CR tablets whole; do not cut, crush, or chew them.

    · Limit amount of drug given to potentially suicidal patients.

    · Abruptly discontinuing drug may result in discontinuation symptoms (agitation, palpitations); consider tapering.

    · Advise patient to avoid using if pregnant or lactating.

    Teaching points

    · Take this drug exactly as directed and as long as directed. Shake suspension well before using. Swallow CR tablets whole; do not cut, crush, or chew them.

    · Abruptly stopping the drug without tapering the dose may cause symptoms including agitation and palpitations.

    · This drug should not be taken during pregnancy or when nursing a baby; using barrier contraceptives is advised.

    · These side effects may occur: Drowsiness, dizziness, tremor (use caution and avoid driving or performing other tasks that require alertness); GI upset (eat frequent small meals, use frequent mouth care); alterations in sexual function.

    · Report severe nausea, vomiting; palpitations; blurred vision; excessive sweating.

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