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Placida and pexep cr 12.5
Can I take pexep cr 12.5 and placida both? Will the dose be high or it is completely okay to take both?
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It is completely okay to take both if it advised by a psychiatrist, if not then consult a psychiatrist before taking the combination, to ensure if you actually needs both.
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Both the medications are likely prescribed to you because of possible prominent anxiety symptoms. But of the two medications, Paroxetine is a SSRI, which will be your primary molecule to curb the anxiety symptoms. Placida is an add on molecule to give quick relief to your symptoms. Both can be taken, no issues. Word of caution : don’t go for self dosing Don’t stop the medication abruptly May precipitate withdrawal symptoms.
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If on treatment symptoms persist, you may consult a psychiatrist for dose adjustments.
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Hi. It depends on the severity of your symptoms. If your anxiety is milder, then I would suggest that you take only Pexep Cr at first.
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If it is persistent you may add placida on to it
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You can take both if it is prescribed by the doctor. Dosage adjustments will be done by the treating doctor according to the need.
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