excessive yawning, and fatigue.
Does the yawning and feeling extremely tired ever go away???
I am extremely tired and yawning uncontrollably. I am on the 20mg Paxil?
- 3 Aug 2017 by Bdonohoe92
- 14 May 2018
- paxil, depression, post traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, postmenopausal symptoms, social anxiety disorder, postpartum depression, fatigue, anxiety and stress
Bdonohoe; Yes AND Janie gave you a great answer. It is common to take at least 1 to 2 weeks for the worse of the side effects to go away, then 6 to 8 weeks to reach the blood level so you should be just fine give it time nothing they use works right away. But many like this one with fewer side effects Hope you get to feeling better very soon.
HI! It seems to vary for some. It was an every day thing for me, excessive yawning and totally tired out, no motivation or interest. I eventually quit it and went on Abilify, only. It's been a good one, motivation and energy back to my normal. Just at 2 mg, but was just upped to 4 to help the GAD and MDD more. Good luck and give it time, hopefully it'll work after a few weeks like it has for many others!
Keep with the prescription like everyone is saying, but try to make notes on a calendar to track this symptom and what's happening at the time of onset. For me... and we all are different, found the symptom came from anxiety. Even though i was calm, I noticed during more stressful situations, I yawned more to the point of my jaw starting to hurt. I couldn't seem to get enough air. I had to practice calming myself down for the yawning to subside and/or go away.
Just another thought. Tracking is always a good thing to help you recall info and help you and your doctor find the right meds and regamine for you!
- Paxil Information for Consumers
- Paxil Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Paxil (detailed)
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