Switched From Zoloft To Viibryd

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Dawn Says:
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I am on my second week of viibryd after taking from 100 mg of zoloft for over two years. I decided to switch because of the side effects zoloft was causing. I'm only taking 15 mg of viibryd now, I'm sensitive to meds so I'm taking it slow. So far I feel better. ..I enjoy my days more. ..I even started running again! My libido is back too which is great. .. The downside is that it is hard to get to sleep and I have restless legs. So far it's worth it.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Dawn! How are you? I'm very glad that the Viibryd is working so well for you.

The issue with falling asleep as well as the restlessness are normal and should resolve in a few weeks, as your body adjusts to the medication.

Do you have any questions or concerns?

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