Zoloft Car Crash

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Johnnyruiz Says:
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Hi, I've been on zoloft 150 mg for a year and a half and it has been a blessing and allowed me to function again and be normal from my anxiety. I got a 4.0 gpa after barely being able to even attend class, however a month ago I got in a bad car crash I rear ended someone going 60 mph because everyone stopped and I dozed for a second- ever since the crash my anxiety has been horrible and back to how I was before zoloft- is it possible the Zoloft stopped working, any suggestions/thoughts would be helpful

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Johnnyruiz Says:
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Also wanted to note besides some whiplash I was fine didn't want to get medical help because of $$

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Verwon Says:

Do you have any idea why you dozed off while driving?

According to NIH studies Zoloft can cause drowsiness, and dizziness as side effects... and 150mgs if a pretty high dosage.

As to the anxiety, it is hard to say, it may be due an issue with the medication, something from the accident, or just your own worries about what happened.

Sometimes dozing off and accidents just happen, but it is hard to provide any information, without knowing more details, so please don't think I am trying to make an assumptions or accusations, I am just trying to get more details and figure out what's going on.

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