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Wat effect would one get from intravenous paroxetine?

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20 Nov 2009

I don't know what effect you'll have if you give paroxetine intravenously. As far as I know there is no intravenous formulation for paroxetine so if you do try to administer it intravenously then you risk doing serious damage to your blood vessels.

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