Honestly, I guess it depends on what you do. If you go see a therapist or a psychologist, then no. If you just take the drug, usually anxiety issues don't go away by themselves, and become more of a chronic issue. Anxiety issues are easily solved (ok, not really easy, but doable) with therapy of some sort.
Hi i've been having some intensive therapy recently and was put on to paxil, i only stayed on it for a week. It was enough to relax me while i had counselling etc, and now my meds have been changed. I know someone who has been on it for a few months though also. I guess you doctor will do what he thinks is best. Sorry, this doesn't really answer your question, but it can vary, it's all about the individual patient.
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