Zoloft (sertraline) 200mg + busper 5 mg a day is ok?

Yes. Most people tolerate similar doses. If you experience discomfort talk to your doctor. Also, Buspar (buspirone) works best when taken with food.

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I'm on 200 mg Zoloft (sertraline) need an add on, my gp doesn't know becouse he doesn't specialize in that field I live in australia and busper has been diacontinued.

Medication Eval. Many psychiatrists are happy to give general practitioners a consultation with their patient who is not stable on one anti-depressant. Perhaps this could be an option for you. In the U.S. Many have added a drug named Abilify (aripiprazole) to other anti-depressants to boost their effectiveness. Hope this helps. Read more...
III-L-thyronine (T3) Even though "t3 augmentation" is a somewhat old-fashioned notion with all the new-fangled antidepressants and atypical antipsychotics that are approved for add on treatment, the arm of a major study for depression tx ("star*d") showed a huge benefit with the addition of this type of thyroid hormone. It should not be underestimated. I do like bupropion, but you noted it wasn't available. Read more...

Which antidepresant drug would go good with busper, curently on Zoloft (sertraline) 200mg and want to change?

Good Question. Zoloft is classified as an ssri. If zoloft is not helping, you should ask your physician about drugs that work by a different mechanism. Most anti-depressants help with anxiety. However, you may consider adding an additional drug for the anxiety. I advise against taking benzodiazipines (valium, xanac, etc). Instead, consider something like lyrica, (pregabalin) Neurontin or (in special cases) lamictal. Read more...
Discuss with Dr. Consult with your prescribing physician. I have a number of patients who are on Buspar (buspirone) in combination with a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (like lexapro, celexa, prozac, zoloft etc). Read more...

Taking liquid Zoloft (sertraline) for two weeks w/buspar, still feel loss of appetite and losing some wght. Anxiety is not as bad. Is no appetite normal?

No appetite. No, it's more normal to have some appetite. You and your doctor may need to increase your zoloft (sertraline) dose, since loss of appetite can be part of depression. Zoloft (sertraline) also requires at least 4-6 weeks therapeutic dosing for effectiveness. Work with your doctor on this, and please consider adding psychotherapy also. Read more...
No. Having no appetite is not normal. Depression and anxiety cause cause poor appetite and weight loss, but there are other causes as well. You should be evaluated by your doctor for a full evaluation including a physical. Read more...