is it safe to take paroxetine 20mg, with methyphenidate 5mg. What side effects?

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14 Jun 2009

Should be okay to take paroxetine with methylphenidate - but your doctor may need to adjust the dose of the paroxetine if you have side effects such as excessive drowsiness, dry mouth or constipation.

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