PEXEVA Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 021299/001.

Names and composition

"PEXEVA" is the commercial name of a drug composed of PAROXETINE MESYLATE.

Answered questions

Paxil is Pexeva?
wtg medic i agree totally, so basically, they gave paxil to me wrapped in a package made to look like it had a nice little bow on it, huh? from what i gathered, its paxil, seeing as the only ingredient in it that makes it "differnet" from paxil is essentially flushed out of your body leaving you with... Asked by Anibal Brumback 3 months ago.

after deciding to go off my anxiety meds with my docs permission, he told me pexeva was NOT paxil, well i remembered quite vividly him telling me when i was given the meds that i was being given a generic brand of PAXIL, so i researched it and it seems that all i can find is what i thought he told me and then later denied giving me, was PAXIL, im i wrong or is PEXEVA not generic PAXIL? b/c everytime i look it up there it is-paxil, paxil cr and pexeva! all peroxitine, all the same same medicine, just under different names, by the way it should be called PAX-HELL, this drug was the worst thing ever, the withdrawl is worse than the condition i was given the drug for!!!!!!!! Answered by Florencio Lemos 3 months ago.

wtg medic i agree totally, so basically, they gave paxil to me wrapped in a package made to look like it had a nice little bow on it, huh? from what i gathered, its paxil, seeing as the only ingredient in it that makes it "differnet" from paxil is essentially flushed out of your body leaving you with ,basically, the exact same paxil ingredient and the exact same pill make up as paxil, correct? Answered by Joe Coolbeth 3 months ago.

PEXEVA is a brand product composed of paroxetine mesylate. PEXEVA is bioequivalent to GlaxoSmithKline's Paxil, which is composed of paroxetine hydrochloride. The chemical difference between the two products is the inactive salt portion of the active ingredient (PEXEVA's mesylate vs. PAXIL's hydrochloride). The inactive salt is separated from the active paroxetine molecule in the gastrointestinal tract, leaving only the active paroxetine molecule to be absorbed into the bloodstream and provide the intended therapeutic effect. I personally don't think SSRI's do anyting for depression. No one has been able to successfully explain to me how exactly seratonin plays a role in depressive disorder. Even in the drug commercials they carefully state that serotonin "is believed" to play a role in depression. Basically they are selling you something that changes brain chemistry when they have no idea if that is the problem. A doctor does no medical examination nor do they "measure" quantitative values of seratonin so why on earth would they start fudging with it. So many people I have encountered have had nightmares with SSRI's. I'm no doctor, chemist or expert, but I've seen the results of bad medicine up close and personal. I agree, they are BAD NEWS! Edit: EXACTLY! But don't blame your doctor, most of them have no idea what it even is. Whichever drug company whore that gives them the box seats wins the "prescription of the month" prize. I have rarely met an MD who has any idea the pathophysiology of the drugs they prescribe. Answered by Andreas Harmeyer 3 months ago.

what was the withdrawl like. I have just started taking it a week ago, and it seems to be helping my anxiety ok BUT i do get a nervously shaky feeling, followed by a bit of nausea that goes away after about a half hour(not too severe)... Fill me in Im actually taking what says PEROXITINE on the bottle, what is supposed to be generic.... Im sorry I dont know what to say as far as your question goes, i wanted to help, but if you wouldnt mind writing me back and filling me in about it more, id really appreciate it. THANK YOU! Answered by Denice Perris 3 months ago.


Pexeva & Prilosec?
Does Prilosec OTC interfere with Pexeva? Asked by Lesley Holpp 3 months ago.

Paroxetine (Seroxat, Paxil, Pexeva) is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) antidepressant. Most common: Inability to achieve orgasm, Partial or complete loss of libido (sexual desire) , Erectile dysfunction,.... adolescents were six times more likely to become suicidal after taking it. Omeprazole - under the trade names Losec and Prilosec OTC, Zegerid, Omez. Used in Helicobacter pylori eradication, more Info >>link Answered by Lemuel Leve 3 months ago.


Ever taken Pexeva?
I'm a 26yr old guy. I have been taking 30mg dose of pexeva for depression and anxiety for about a month. I was also given a low dose of xanax to take 3x daily. I was taking the xanax for about 3wks and don't seem to need it anymore. I've been seeing a shrink and talking things out with him. That helps... Asked by Angelyn Filicetti 3 months ago.

I'm a 26yr old guy. I have been taking 30mg dose of pexeva for depression and anxiety for about a month. I was also given a low dose of xanax to take 3x daily. I was taking the xanax for about 3wks and don't seem to need it anymore. I've been seeing a shrink and talking things out with him. That helps and I know why I was depressed but can't understand why I was getting such bad anxiety. The depression aspect in my life has worked itself out and I'm pretty sure I will be fine with that I just don't know about the whole anxiety thing. Anybody have any personal experience with anxiety and if I slowly come off the meds do you think I will be back to my old self? Answered by Sammy Buske 3 months ago.

I have never heard anything about Pexeva. I do know that Xanax is HIGHLY addictive. When your taking antidepressants or anti anxiety meds, you need to consult with the physician that prescribed them to you. There are a lot of meds that you should never quit cold turkey, while other meds you can do that with no problems. As far as going off of them slowly please talk to your Shrink and or physician if it is ok to go off the meds slowly or even go off them at all. Anxiety can come along with depression or without it. There are many types of anxiety and some can be handled without meds but more often than not you will need to be on meds for a few months at least if not years. Answered by Britta Breakfield 3 months ago.


Anyone taking Pexeva ?
It's supposed to have less side effects than paxil. I'd be interested in hearing about weight gain and sexual issues. thanks. Asked by Jeffery Bellotti 3 months ago.

It is not one of the better antidepressants these days. It is rarely prescribed where I work in a Community Mental Health Team In combination of efficacy and safety the best SSRI's are: Sertraline Citalopram Mirtazapine Venlafaxine Fluoxetine Some are more sedative than others which can aid anxiety. Unfortunately Mirtazapine will likely cause weight gain. I guess you are in the USA. It is doubtful that Pexeva (Paroxetine) is superior to Paxil (Fluoxetine). Pexeva has its own problems, the very reason that it is not prescribed much in the UK now. Citalopram (Cipamil) or Sertraline is probably your best bet. Answered by Celesta Mittman 3 months ago.


What is Pexeva?
retard lol i know is paxil Asked by Ayanna Haubrich 3 months ago.

Paroxetine Pronunciation: pa ROX a teen Brand Names: Paxil, Paxil CR, Pexeva Paroxetine is in a class of drugs called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Paroxetine affects chemicals in the brain that may become unbalanced and cause depression, panic, anxiety, or obsessive-compulsive symptoms. Paroxetine is used to treat depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder (social phobia), posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD). Answered by Thad Braga 3 months ago.

how old are you i can't believe you don't know that my 4 year old retarded brother know what that is. Jesus Answered by Hallie Gjertsen 3 months ago.


Can drinking on pexeva make you more depressed? how long does it last?
i have been on pexeva for about almost 3 weeks. when i 1st got on it i felt wonderful. a week later it was spring break and i drank heavly for a week. now i can feel the depression comming back. is this because i drank so much that it messed up the medication? and if so how long will it last? Asked by Jenine Jose 3 months ago.

Alcohol itself is a depressant and my personal experience with alcohol was it was much easier to reach emotional lows the day of and the few days after drinking. If you tend to get depressed it is obviously best to avoid drinking altogether. As is the case with many anti depressants doctors suggest avoiding alcohol while on medication. Anti depressants can also have the side effect of increasing suicidal thoughts if the dosage is started at too high a level. Everybody that start anti depressants should be watched my family for mood swings, and you should inform your doctor frequently if your depression symptoms are getting worse or returning. I'm not sure about pexeva but the medication i'm on, prozac, took 4 weeks to have it's full effect, and I had some of my worst days in those 4 weeks waiting for it to start working. You must put in place strategies to head off your negative emotions before they take control of you. Strategies I use are: 1. listening to relaxing music 2. talking to friends about feelings 3. writing out feelings 4. counting to 100 to distract myself from negative thoughts 5. exercise! very important, walk pets, go to the gym 6. make sure you are eatting a healthy diet, junk foods can make you feel like crap. Answered by Modesto Vespia 3 months ago.

Drinking on antidepressants is never a good idea as its simply counter acting the medication its self. If you are still feeling bad then you need to go back to your doctor and tell him so. If your not drinking now and haven't for at least 48 hours then its not the alcohol that is effecting the medication. you need to go back to the doctor and tell them your still not feeling great mention the fact that you did drink for awhile well taking the meds and he/she will be the best one to give you advice or help with how you are feeling. Normally meds take longer then what you are saying to get into your system before they start to work properly take care Lisa Answered by Irish Lastufka 3 months ago.

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Which is better for anxiety? Pexeva or Paxil?
Ron, I pray all the time that the Lord will heal me, and I have faith that He will someday. I tried going off of medications once because I truly thought He was going to heal me then, and I ended up with withdrawal so bad I almost ended up in the hospital. God bless you always. Asked by Marhta Winebarger 3 months ago.

These are both the same medication. Pexeva is the generic for Paxil. When I took Paxil it help but, I also need a benzodiazepine to help. Answered by Sari Krase 3 months ago.

OK... you need to ask a Physciotrist, or however you spell it, about that. Everyone reacts differently to anti-depressants because everybodies brain works differently. You never really know what will work better. So there is no real answer to your question. Answered by Allyn Muldowney 3 months ago.

Prayer and faith. Answered by Palmer Beckworth 3 months ago.


Side effects from pexeva?
When I first started taking this I had really wierd dreams and thoughts that either someone I loved or a pet would be hurt. The thoughts have gone away thankfully b/c they really bothered me. Anyone have this experienc? I'm only taking 5mg (1/2 of a 10 mg) per my doctor. Asked by Timika Brihm 3 months ago.

Hi Vivid dreams can be very common when starting on an anti-depressant. I am glad to here that they have now gone but you should tell the doctor about it on your next visit just so they are awere of it. also see the link below for side effects. take care good luck Answered by Tania Gonsar 3 months ago.

an ounce of encouragement is worth a pound of explanation Answered by Shelia Huiting 3 months ago.


Question about Pexeva.?
Does anyone know of any cases of the anti-depressant Pexeva killing people? I was perscribed it by the doctor and I will lbe taking it properly. Asked by Kent Muzzarelli 3 months ago.

the name was new to me but it appears that it is similar to well known paxil and belongs to the most effective group called SSRI's, recently there has been a big buzz on potential worsening of depression with the use of antidepressants potentially leading to suicidal ideation as well, practically it is uncommon, all that would be recommended would be if you notice worsening of your depression with a new antidepressant, do talk to your doctor asap, good luck Answered by Kim Lawrenz 3 months ago.


Mixing pexeva and percocet?
Hey, I am prescribed to pexeva for anxiety and I take it in the morning, then take klonopin for anxiety and sleep later on at night time. If I am sore can I take a couple percocets without having a crazy interaction? is it safe? thanks in advance. Asked by Sheila Thonney 3 months ago.

i take vicodin ,k-pins ,xanax and paxil everyday Answered by Marcellus Benzschawel 3 months ago.


Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
021299/001 PEXEVA PAROXETINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE
021299/002 PEXEVA PAROXETINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 20MG BASE
021299/003 PEXEVA PAROXETINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 30MG BASE
021299/004 PEXEVA PAROXETINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 40MG BASE

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
021299/001 PEXEVA PAROXETINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE
021299/002 PEXEVA PAROXETINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 20MG BASE
021299/003 PEXEVA PAROXETINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 30MG BASE
021299/004 PEXEVA PAROXETINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 40MG BASE
204516/001 BRISDELLE PAROXETINE MESYLATE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 7.5MG BASE
207139/001 PAROXETINE MESYLATE PAROXETINE MESYLATE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 7.5MG BASE

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