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Re: Paxil Withdrawal Lawsuit in California

Posted by blackjack on May 25, 2001, at 16:20:13

In reply to Re: Paxil Withdrawal Lawsuit in California blackjack, posted by judy1 on May 25, 2001, at 11:03:51

> Oh please, the lawsuit is making a point that in order to prevent withdrawal effects the patient HAS to go back on paxil to function. Not unlike morphine.... judy

Except that once the withdrawl symptoms are gone, the person never again has craving to take Paxil. Totally unlike morphine. And they don't have to keep increasing their dosage to stave off withdrawl. Totally unlike morphine. And the symptoms can be treated by briefly adding a longer-acting drug, like Prozac, to level out the chemical changes.

The language of the lawsuit is deceptive and manipulative. It tries to make it sound like SKB knowingly introduced an abusable, addictive drug to the market without proper warnings. That just isn't the case.




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