Zoloft side effects first week

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    Zoloft side effects first week


    Symptoms such as nausea, weight gain or sleep problems can be common initially. For many people, these improve within weeks of starting an antidepressant. In some cases, however, antidepressants cause side effects that don't go away. Talk to your doctor or mental health provider about any side effects you're having. For some antidepressants, monitoring blood levels may help determine the range of effectiveness and to what extent dosage can be adjusted to help reduce side effects. Rarely, antidepressants can cause serious side effects that need to be treated right away. Depending on your heart health and the type of antidepressant you take, periodically you may need an electrocardiogram (ECG) to monitor what's called the QT interval to be sure there is no prolonged interval before or during treatment that could increase your risk of serious irregular heart rhythms (arrhythmia). Also known as: Zoloft The following information is NOT intended to endorse drugs or recommend therapy. While these reviews might be helpful, they are not a substitute for the expertise, skill, knowledge and judgement of healthcare practitioners in patient care."Started on Sertraline almost a month ago for severe anxiety. Had an increase in anxiety from day one, the anxiety has been increasing each day. Have read that increased anxiety is a side effect of this med but wasn’t expecting it to be so bad for so long, have also read that things get worse before they get better. Hoping and praying that like a lot of people who leave reviews this med will soon start to kick in so I can benefit from it. Seeing doc in a weeks time as not sure whether to stick with it or try something else.""I took half a 25mg tablet a day and after 8 days or so felt really ill, edgy, panicky and desperate. I for one will continue to take the medications till I feel back in control and there is nothing to stop people from considering alternative therapies in addition to the meds. I did read that symptoms get worse and then better but I was struggling. I am much better now, but remember its not a race, and slow and steady wins the race. Good ones seem to include reflexology, acupuncture and cranial sacral therapy.""Hi. I stopped taking this and was given escitalopram which can be administered in low doses ie. I promised myself I would comment once I was feeling better, because reading these comments gave me reassurance when I was starting zoloft.

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    Zoloft sertraline is an antidepressant used to treat depression and anxiety. While generally safe, there are some side effects you should watch out for. People typically notice some improvement within a week or two, but it may take several weeks until you feel the full effects of the drug. Also, when you start taking Zoloft, you may experience some side effects. The most common ones include nausea or upset stomach, diarrhea, sweating, tremor, or a decreased appetite. Antidepressants — Side effects are common, but don't give up without trying. Nausea typically begins early after starting an antidepressant.

    Zoloft (sertraline) belongs to a class of medications called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, or SSRIs. These medications work by increasing the level of serotonin in the brain. Low levels of serotonin in the brain are linked to a depressed mood in addition to cognitive difficulties like poor memory. It's important that you don't expect immediate results when taking Zoloft. People typically notice some improvement within a week or two, but it may take several weeks until you feel the full effects of the drug. Also, when you start taking Zoloft, you may experience some side effects. The most common ones include nausea or upset stomach, diarrhea, sweating, tremor, or a decreased appetite. Im a 17 year old girl, ive had panic anxiety, depression, and some odc since i was younger. this year it has all gotten to be too much with racing thoughts, panic attacks and anxiety. im in theripy and was perscribed 25ml of zoloft exactly a week ago. today im suppost to begin taking 50mg.i have heard things are suppost to get worse before they get better but these "starter side effects" suck! the first two days i felt extremely lethargic and tired. people would talk to me and i felt like i would fall asleep any moment, my eyes would almost close, i felt kinda like i was high. it wasnt a bad feeling but normally im a very outgoing, interactive person and my mind is all over the place. toward the end of the first week i have been feeling very nausious and tired. i already have sleep issus anyway so i take 10mg of ambian to sleep, since i started 2mg of zoloft i will wake up in the middle of the night and absolutely cant get back to sleep. by the way: i have never taken an anti depressant before and i realize everyone is different.

    Zoloft side effects first week

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  6. I am having really bad side effect from it including feeling spaced out, really sweaty all the time, and chest pain in the center of my chest which my mom says could be indigestion as this is a common side effect. My mom is on zoloft ans said she felt weird the first two weeks she was on it and then felt so much better.

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    Yeah those are definitely consistent with know side effects of taking zoloft. you may feel hyper, over sweat and possible unusual nightmares for the first couple of weeks. The side effects will subside but it sometimes takes a month to two months to get an even level of the medication in your system before you notice the benefits as well as. I have taken Zoloft in the past three different times, I stayed on it for 8 months once, Your side effects sound a little extreme to me are you also recovering from drugs/ and or alcohol? that could contribute to your side effects, the reason I asked that is because of the cramps, they could also be from muscle. Be sure to visit your doctor regularly during the first 12 weeks that you are using Zoloft so that the medicine's effect on you can be monitored.

     
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