"go on the paxil gradually. start out with 5 mg and do that for a few weeks. then increase it to 7.5 (this can be achieved by taking the 10 mg tablets and cut them 3/4) it's a hassle, but worth it. then 10 mg after a few weeks. that's..."
"I'm a little confused about why someone with bi-polar would take Paxil in the first place. It specifically states on the side effects portion of the literature that is given with the medication that someone with manic-depressive disorde..."
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