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Can Zoloft Get You High
I get these random spells of feeling "high"at times. I don't use any drugs and I'm wondering is it from weaning off of 50 mg Zoloft (sertraline) or sleep deprived.
Breastfeeding on 50mg Zoloft (sertraline). Need to go up to 75 but worried about baby getting more medication. Is 75 a high dose while nursing? Will she get more?
Not really : The AAP released an article on 8/23/2013 advising that most medications are safe for breastfeeding mothers, although antidepressants were cited as ones with potential problems, yet it wasn't recommended to stop it, the NIH Toxnet and Lactmed databases didn't recommend stopping it either, check them for more information. You want to tell your child 's pediatrician about it too, enjoy your baby ...Read more
I have high blood pressure and heart rate. My doc is about to put me on Zoloft (sertraline) 50 mg. I read Zoloft (sertraline) can cause qt prolongation. Will i get this if i start the zoloft (sertraline)? What are the chances?
Male or woman: Depends. Its half life is long. Average is considered about 24 hours just to get half of it out of your body. It may be 1.5 times longer in women. And, remember, the next 24 hours just gets half of the remaining half out of you. ...Read more
Can Zoloft (sertraline) cause someone to get angry or in a fit of rage often? I've read that it can and its somewhat common, is that true?
It is reported: Any of the drugs known as ssri's can and have been reported to cause mood swings such as drowsiness ; lethargy to anger and rage or even suicide. Their effectiveness according to long term population studies has been brought into question as of late and some suggest that as a class of drug it is being overprescribed to the general population. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Common: Side effects are common early on & most often diminish over time (a week or 2). If they are serious, fail to diminish, or are intolerable, then contact your prescriber immediately for instructions & consideration of alternative medication. See comment below. ...Read more
Zoloft (sertraline): Best to consult the prescribing doctor who knows the case & can give best advise. ...Read more
PDR: PDR= Physicians Desk Reference has photos of the chemical structure. It is very reliable and updates yearly. ...Read more
Can I take 25mg of Zoloft (sertraline) twice daily ? When I take 50mg at once I get horrible side effects
Been taken Zoloft (sertraline) 50mg for 4+ months but get mad and start crying once in a while. Do I need an increase in dose?
Zoloft (sertraline) and emotions: It depends on if your symptoms are generally "improved" from before going on the Zoloft (sertraline). You can still have "bad" days..but hopefully you are more level on the Zoloft (sertraline) overall. The dose can be adjusted if no improvement or another med used! ...Read more
My pdoc increased my Zoloft (sertraline) from 50mg daily to 100. Will i get side effects and how long to feel the effects of it working?
Zoloft (sertraline): Not everyone gets side effects with zoloft (sertraline), (sertraline) even when the dose it raised. You are still well within a normal dose range. Many people need 150mg zoloft (sertraline) daily. Generally zoloft (sertraline) requires at least 4-6 weeks for effectiveness, although you may experience this sooner. ...Read more
I have been on Zoloft (sertraline) 12.5mg for 3 weeks with the most horrible side effects. I no longer want to take this medicine. How do I get off of it?
Talk w/doctor: First, i suggest talking with your doctor about your decision. The zoloft (sertraline) must have been prescribed because of some symptoms you were having, and these may still need treatment even if zoloft (sertraline) is not the best option for you. You also haven't mentioned what "horrible side effects" you're experiencing -- but i'm sure your doctor would want to know so that something more helpful can be given. ...Read more
I would like to get off zoloft (sertraline). I am down to 25mg but do not want to go to 12.5mg immediately. How to titrate down slower? Say 5mg per titration?
You can: You can titrate down Zoloft (sertraline) as tolerated. If you are sensitive then do it in gradual dose reduction each week. It could be by mg or 12.5 mg reduction. However, I hope that you are doing this in consultation with your doctor because the symptoms that Zoloft (sertraline) was taking care of can recur after a few weeks to few months. Be on the lookout for that. ...Read more
Iv been taking Zoloft (sertraline) for 2 months, my anxiety is under control, but IV noticed that i don't get as excited anymore about happy stuff. Is this normal?
Yes: Antidepressants like zoloft (sertraline) do have side effects. Some patients feel that their mood sort of flattens out and they do not get overly excited or angry in appropriate situations. Usually as the depression lifts with appropriate dose, then the mood improves and energy & motivation is restored. Continue taking your medicine and discuss this issue with your physician on next appointment. ...Read more
Zoloft (sertraline) has helped my anxiety but now i feel in between emotions. I don't get overly excited like I use to and i don't get down as much.Is this normal?
Paradox with Zoloft (sertraline): It is possible to have a paradoxical reaction to an antidepressant such as zoloft (sertraline). These reactions: increasing anxiety or feeling no emotions means it is time to try a new medication. This is not dangerous but it is common and needs to be addressed by the professional who you have been working wth. ...Read more
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