sertraline and headaches

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Dr. Alan H. Ali answered:

Withdrawal from sertraline itchy skin , headaches, pain in between breasts, dizziness, ringing in ears, tingling in hands & feet. Is this normal ?

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Yes, depending on the dose, how long u have been on the medication, and how rapidly u were tapered off of it. If symptoms not releaved within a week, talk to the prescribing doctor.
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Day 2 decrease sertraline 50mg to 25mg is headache normal?

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Tapering Sertaline can result in headaches, but I wouldn't call it "normal." Taking Sertraline can result in headaches also.
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Im taking 200mg of sertraline for my anxiety but feel a bit spaced out and am getting painful headaches is this normal?

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Experiencing a painful headache and feeling spaced out are not normal, but both can be caused by sertraline. This is an issue that you should bring up with the prescribing physician as soon as possible. Aside from changes that could be made to your treatment, you want to make sure that nothing else is causing these symptoms. Don't delay, call your doctor right away. Good luck.
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I've been taking sertraline 50g for 2 days.im Very spaced out and feeling strange,headaches,insomnia, nausea,should I keep taking them?

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Medication may have adverse side effects in many people, and you likely are experiencing this. Although you may adjust, best to talk to your doc, as you might do better starting on lower dosage, or switching to a different medicine.
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Dr. TRUC DAO answered:

i am always sleepy and with mild headache i suffer for tbi due to a combat injure and been taking sertraline and diazepan. why this is going on?

TBI headache sleepy

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A pill of Diazepam works 72h in your body, but maybe sleepy from TBI long term effect. Headache from insomnia and long term lack of sleep + depression as a chain of events triggered by TBI and the long years of mobilization + accumulated traumas. If you are in California, call me at 714-519-8306. I am a US Forces vet. Call me even if elsewhere, if not satisfied with your doc.
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Dr. Alan H. Ali answered:

I have had my dosage changed to 100mg of sertraline I have been experiencing horrible headaches. Is this due to my medication? Should Itell my doc?

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If headaches worsened or started with increasing the dose, u need to inform your prescribing doctor to possibly adjust the dose down if applicable.
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Dr. Shariq Refai answered:

Advice about sertraline?

Yes

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yes, take it as prescribed by your doctor for what your doctor prescribed it for. Dont drink alcohol with your medications.
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Citalopram or sertraline?

SSRI's

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They are both SSRI's. I have found both effective when treating patients. Either are good options for conditions like Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Major Depression etc. Take care
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Dr. Mark R. Gordon answered:

Are there Sertraline allergies?

Yes

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Allergies to allrgy drugs are uncommon but do occur. If you suspect you are having a reaction see your physician.
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