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Any Aromasin Antidepressant Zoloft
Aromasin (exemestane) is a steroidal aromatase inhibitor that permanently blocks the activity of the enzyme aromatase, blocking the conversion of adrenal androgens into estrogen by peripheral tissues (such as fatty tissue). It is currently used for treatment of er positive, early or ...Read more
Weight: We'd really like to know, because then pharmaceutical companies could produce a medication that would reduce the weight safely. Most of the time we work with diet & exercise to control the gain, or switch to a different antidepressant which might not put weight on. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My antidepressants I take make me feel dopey. I'm taking 50mg Zoloft daily, I've been on them for a few months now. Not too sure if this is normal?
Side effect,: Antidepressants have different side effects on different people. You might first try taking it at night to see if you'll be less "dopey" ( especially if the medication is helpful with your depression) , otherwise, tell your doctor about your symptoms and ask to be tried on a different antidepressant. Good luck ...Read more
My dad (73) takes Zoloft and clonaepam. Should he be taking Donezepil? His memory started failing way after he started the antidepressant pill.
Question and Trust: You have every right to ask the providers to explain choices, but if you can't trust their expertise - find another provider. Anymore off-label uses abound - but if your Dad's condition is not Alzheimer's, donezepil is not the 1st choice. Other dementias and reason for memory loss exist. Have you seen Lumosity.com? It might be good for him - or anyone. It's valid and fun and has a free membership ...Read more
I'm new to antidepressants, and I take zoloft. Can they make people go crazy? The news always puts up comments about ssris and people losing it.
In a word, No.: SSRI's like Zoloft are among the safest medications for depression and anxiety. The danger is that if a person is suffering from something else, like hearing voices, the medicine does not address such symptoms and they may become worse. This is why follow up with an experienced clinician with honest reporting of problems is so important. Report any problems. ...Read more
It might: Gi side effects of medication are often less if the medications are taken with or after food. Often, side effects like nausea are very transient and, after a week or two, may no longer bother you, once you get accustomed to the medication. If you continue to have severe nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or loss of appetite, speak to your doctor about a change of medication. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Going to the doctor about my antidepressants tomorrow... What ones should I suggest? Zoloft isn't helping.
Ran out space: Your doctor will present you with options. It is important to determine if you are on an adequate dose of zoloft and if the trial period has been adequate. Zoloft s a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor - it is excellent for anxiety, ptsd & typical depression. If the symptoms are more along the line of seasonal depression - wellbutrin can be very effecive. Paxil & Effexor are often sedating. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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