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Paxil and time of day to take

Hi, I was wondering for those of you that take Paxil (or similar drugs) do you normally take it in the morning or evening?  I've been told both by different doctors.
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I prefer to take mine at bedtime as they make me drowsy which is good because I have sleep issues. Ddoes the paxil make you drrowsey?
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Long ago when I was on Paxil I took it before bedtime because it made me very drowsy. Does it make you drowsy? If so you should experiment with taking it either a couple hours before bed to see if it makes you want to sleep or if you have a "Paxil hangover" in the morning. Then once you figure this out I would take it the same time every day.

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