Active substance: Paroxetine

Dosage: 20 mg, 10 mg

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What is Paroxetine

Paroxetine is a potent selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor used to treat depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder. It is available in 10 mg and 20 mg doses. Paroxetine has no effect on the cardiovascular system and does not alter heart rate, ECG or blood pressure. The drug is prescribed for the treatment of depression and mental disorders in adult patients.


Paroxetine is prescribed for the treatment of:

  • all types of depression, including major and reactive depression and depression with anxiety
  • prevention of depressive relapses
  • obsessive-compulsive disorder and relapse prevention
  • panic disorder with or without agoraphobia
  • social phobias;
  • social anxiety disorders;
  • generalised anxiety disorder and relapse prevention;
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder.

Dosage and method of administration of Paroxetine

The tablets should be taken orally, once daily with a meal. The tablet should not be crushed or chewed. The dose should not be stopped abruptly, but reduced gradually.

Major depressive disorder: the daily dose is 20 mg, improvement occurs 1-2 weeks after starting treatment. If treatment with the 20 mg dose proves ineffective, it can be gradually increased (10 mg at a time) up to a maximum daily dose of 50 mg. The duration of treatment should be at least six months.

Obsessive-compulsive disorder: the recommended initial dose is 20 mg, subsequently increasing by 10 mg daily up to 40 mg. The maximum daily dose is 60 mg. Treatment lasts 2 months or more.

Panic and post-traumatic stress disorder: start therapy with 10 mg daily, gradually increasing up to 40 mg daily. Some patients may need a maximum daily dose of 50 mg.

Social phobias, generalised and social anxiety disorders: the effective daily dose is 20 mg, in severe cases the maximum daily dose is up to 50 mg.

Treatment in the elderly starts with a dose of 20 mg and can be gradually increased up to 40 mg daily. In cases of renal and hepatic insufficiency, the dose is reduced to a minimum and adjusted by the doctor. Paroxetine treatment is not indicated in children.


Treatment with Paroxetine is contraindicated in the following cases:

  • Hypersensitivity to the components of the medicinal product;
  • concomitant use with MAO inhibitors, including linezolid, and within two weeks of discontinuation;
  • treatment with thioridazine and liver enzyme inhibitors;
  • in combination with pimozide.

Side effects

Classification of adverse reactions that may occur during therapy:

  • Blood and lymphatic system: increased bleeding, thrombocytopenia.
  • Immune system: allergic reactions.
  • Endocrine system: insufficient ADH secretion.
  • Digestive system: decreased appetite, changes in blood glucose levels, hyponatraemia, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, constipation.
  • Mental disturbances: insomnia, drowsiness, agitation, nightmares, hallucinations, manic reactions, suicidal thoughts, aggression, panic attacks.
  • Nervous system: tremors, headache, dizziness, convulsions.
  • Auditory and visual organs: glaucoma, decreased vision, tinnitus.
  • Cardiovascular system: decreased blood pressure, bradycardia.
  • Skin and tissues: increased sweating, urticaria, skin rashes, pruritus.
  • Reproductive system: sexual dysfunction, menstrual disorders.

How many times a day should Paroxetine be taken?

The tablets should be taken once a day, according to the prescribed dose.

When Paroxetine Works

The effect of therapy begins one to two weeks after starting treatment; if no improvement is seen, the dose should be adjusted.

How Many Days to Take

The duration of treatment depends on the severity of the disorder and usually lasts from 2 months onwards. Treatment should not be stopped abruptly.

What Not to Eat

Avocados, chocolate, bananas, alcohol, cheese, liver, cured fish and meat, soya and smoked meats should not be eaten during antidepressant treatment.

Before or After Meals

The tablets should be taken in the morning with a meal.