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Does paxil loose it"s affect if you have been on it to long?

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Anonymous

10 Mar 2012

Hello 12712. Yes it can. Your body can build up a tolerance to a drug. Whats usually done if a drug isn't as effective is the persons dose is adjusted. Usually its increased. Regards, pledge

12712 11 Mar 2012

thank you for your help :)

Anonymous 11 Mar 2012

Welcome. Have a great weekend.

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