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    Old 07-19-2015, 05:37 PM   #1
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    Zoloft withdrawal

    I have a lot of unanswered questions about the withdraw process of Zoloft.
    In my desperate attempts to ween myself or completely stop taking it all together, I find myself just going back to my regular dosage of 150mg a night.
    this medicine has changed me as a person all together. I was diagnosed with stress induced asthma 2 years ago and since then been on zoloft. I am no longer the outgoing, energetic, and spontaneous teen that i was and i have had just about enough of it.

    Well now its day 4 of my withdraws My mind is racing and i cant focus on one particular thought.
    every few minutes it feels like a brief electric charge is sent through my brain and body.

    sex is not of interest to me (girlfriend= not happy) I feel weak, very very week. No energy to do anything, i just want to sleep. easily annoyed and angered (almost impossible to control) dizziness and fatigue are setting in. headache from hell.

    if any of this sounds familiar or you can relate to and you have tried this for yourself. Let me know if its possible to just STOP.

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    re: Zoloft withdrawal

    Are you doing this on your own or on the advice of a doctor? Weaning is best handled under the care of a doctor. I would not advise doing this on your own. It should never be withdrawn quickly or suddenly especially if you've been on it for a while. Both dose and pacing of withdrawal are important and your prescribing MD will know what withdrawal plan is best for you.

    Good luck but please see your doctor

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