Victims File Lawsuit over Severe Withdrawal Reactions from the Antidepressant,
Paxil - First Class Action of its Kind Against an Antidepressant Maker.
35 people who have suffered from severe withdrawal reactions as a result of taking the antidepressant Paxil, filed a class action complaint today in California Superior Court, LA County, against Glaxo Smithkline Corporation (GSK), formerly known as SmithKline Beecham. This group represents thousands of Paxil users who have allegedly suffered from withdrawal reactions and dependency/ withdrawal syndrome.
This group represents thousands of Paxil users who have allegedly suffered
from dependency/withdrawal syndrome. They come from all walks of life (e.g.,
Lt. Col in the U.S. Air Force; former star athlete; web-designer; children;
bank fraud investigator and many more) and reside throughout the United States.
Each has experienced similar withdrawal reactions and problems such as: jolting
electric "zaps," dizziness, light-headedness, vertigo, in-coordination, gait
disturbances, sweating, extreme nausea, vomiting, high fever, abdominal discomfort,
flu symptoms, anorexia, diarrhea, agitation, tremulousness, irritability, aggression,
sleep disturbance, nightmares, tremor, confusion, memory and concentration difficulties,
lethargy, malaise, weakness, fatigue, paraesthesias, ataxia, and/or myalgia.
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