While it may drop the blood level some, thereby decreasing effectiveness... Its best to try and keep on a regular schedule with Paxil. All meds should be taken as prescribed by doc.
My question is, did you miss a dose or just not wish to take one?
If the latter... Dont get in the habit of skipping any med. that only reduces the chance of it working effectively.
And isnt that why we take it?
As a general rule, you do not skip doses w/ these kind of meds.
Now, for you, after only 4 days, it might be that you will not have the usual side effects, but I would not try it in your place.
I can only talk about my experience, as the response to these kind of drugs affects individuals differently, but I'm in my 7th week, started feeling better after 3 weeks, missed a dose and for 5 days now my symptoms returned... Off course, it can be related to other things, but you never know. Scared the hell out of me.
If you have an important reason, could you contact your physician about it?
If it's because of side effects, do not worry too much, they pass after 1-2 weeks, sometimes even sooner, but not if you interrupt administration.
Hope this helps. Good luck anyway!
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