Thinking of switching from Remeron to Zoloft, (sertraline) how would a doctor do this safely and would I have withdrawal from remeron?

Why? Switching is fairly straightforward, but why are you thinking of switching? If mirtazapine isn't working, that's one set of questions. If you're having side effects, another. Sit down with your doctor and ask her about options.

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I have been on Zoloft (sertraline) 50 mg and Remeron 15 mg for only 6. months. Quit both.6 days ago. How long does it take for any possible withdrawal to kick in?

Medication effects. Zoloft (sertraline) and Remeron are used to treat Depression. Let the Wise woman within you reflect If you quit taking Medications due to improvement-then Feel good about your decision. If you saw Psychiatrist and discussed your reasons to stop medications- then Feel good Since you have not had withdrawal symptoms for 6 days, your body is adjusting to no medication. Follow with Psychiatrist for Follow up. Read more...

I'm on zoloft (sertraline) 100mg doc want to add remeron at night because I steel feel litie deepest what dose can help with zoloft (sertraline), too much zoloft (sertraline) effect libido?

Discuss w Psychiatry. Any change in the dose of your psychiatric medication needs to be discussed with your psychiatrist especially if you're combining it with another neuropsychiatric medication like Remeron (mirtazapine). Decreased libido can be a function of your depression as well and so it might not necessarily be your medication. Hope that helps and hope you feel better. Read more...

If im on Zoloft (sertraline) 100mg doc gave me brintellix haw can I switch best way with out having strong withdrawal?

Talk to doctor. In my practice, with my patients, I slowly taper the zoloft (sertraline) to 50mgs for a week or two, while starting on 5mgs daily of Brintellix for a week, then 10mgs for two weeks, then I increase them to 20mgs and wait a month. Your situation may be different, so you need to discuss this in detail with your treating physician. Read more...