Paroxetine for dogs

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I have not heard of Prozac(fluoxetine) being used for treatment of IBS. Citalopram(Celexa), Paroxetine(Paxil) are the 2 we're familiar with prescribing here in Upstate NY.....However, Paroxetine has some nasty side effects..... And I've not heard of Neurontin being used for IBS either.....I agree the dietary changes are a better bet to manage symptoms.....
Better safe than sorry. I feel for you about your dogs; I have just one 14 year old three-legged cat, but he has hyperthyroidism, inflammatory bowel disease, and a reaction to his thyroid meds that sometimes makes him pull out some of his fur. I worry what would happen to him if something happened to me; who would make him take his pills, wipe his heiny if he needs it, etc. I keep in mind that there are no-kill rescue shelters for all kinds of animals, even old ones with health issues.
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Since then I've taken 15 mg of mirtapazine once, got a flashback for my effort, taken 10 mg of paroxetine twice, got angry and a headache for my efforts, and taken maybe two hours of counselling with a social worker and several hours of counselling right here in this depression forum, and gotten to where I actually have hills and valleys again, not just a flat plane below sea level for my efforts.
she lives alone and woulda laid there for much longer perhaps..she coulda possibly been on the floor for many hours..I am worried she will not live was a wake up call..even thos she is my friend she is not honest with me about her drug use..nor is she with her dtr either..so we were at a loss to say what she took..and she has been dwelling on suicide as of late......they think it was an SSRI overdose as she had zoloft...but there were still some left..
I would try to make sentences and have to hesitate to really search my brain for the word I was looking for! My skin got dry and my mouth was full of white sores that hurt so bad. I would get upper resp. infections, one after another, my periods became irregular and some months none @ all. I looked and felt like, and there's no nice way of saying it, HELL. I stayed in my Bible for comfort and I came to this forum as soon as my husband would get in from work...(I use his laptop).
My opinion is that ultram is one of the worst drugs out there. It is not a great drug for detoxing,or for a practicing addict trying to stay off the opiates. I tried just those very things and i am still paying the price today. Ultram gives you the same "high" as any of the opiates do with very debilitating side effects. Too much tramadol can cause a seizure. I went into "epileptic shock" twice from taking too much. I now take seizure meds permanently.
My chills do not hurt they just make me feel awful because I am so cold. I do get shoulder and neck pain and suffer from anxiety, taking Paroxetine for this. Any ideas anyone?
I have been for numerous checks, doctors declaring IBS, testing for endometriosis (family history) and putting me on Yasmin (a contraseptive pill which will apparently stop symptoms.) This is because what I have noticed is that my symptoms, although constant, appear to worsen to great heaights during my menstrual cycle. I wondered if you have this same problem? Like you my outbursts are frequent, yet random including a feeling of acidity, nausea, diarroea, lethargy, trembling and cold sweats.
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