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Sertraline And Infertility
Very unlikely: Sertraline is very safe. Apart from weight gain which can be an issue and possibly increased osteoporosis especially in menopausal women, there are very little health risks. If one is bipolar, consider it may destabilise mood or cause mania, but for most it is one of the safest mesds and has not much problem with interaction with other medications. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I've taken 50g of sertraline in the last 2 days, and i'm very anxious and spaced out. It's a horrible feeling. Should i continue taking it?
Stop it: Some people get worse on serotonin medications just as you have experienced. It will clear soon. Use caution if you take any other ssri as you will remain at increased risk of similar reactions. Have your doctor consider medication with a different mechanism of action. A family history of bipolar appears to be a risk factor of similar rxn. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How long does it take for sertraline 50mg tablets tablets to start working? And how long does the effects last?
Sertaline: Like all other antidepressants, sertaline needs consistent daily dosing for at least 4-6 weeks for effectiveness. Your dose of 50 mg is a starting one, and your doctor will adjust it depending on your response. Another important part of treating depression and anxiety is psychotherapy. If your doctor isn't providing that, you need to ask for referral to a professional psychologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sertraline: It can be taken any time of day - but best to try to take it the same time each day. If you feel drowsy with it - take it at night. If you feel more awake- take it in am. If you have GI upset - take it with food. Keep your doctor informed of any drug side effects that you experience. Take care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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