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Sertraline, sold under the trade name Zoloft among others, is an antidepressant of the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) class.[5] It is primarily used for major depressive disorder, obsessive–compulsive disorder, panic disorder, and social anxiety disorder.[5] Effectiveness is similar to other antidepressants.[5] Sertraline is taken by mouth.[5] Common side effects include diarrhea, sexual dysfunction, and trou...
sertraline

How does Sertrailine measure with Zoloft. Is this a generic drug and is it as successful in controlling depression? ## They are one and the same, Zoloft is just the brand name for Sertraline, so that is what's used for the generic name. Learn more Zoloft details here. It is an SSRI antidepressant that is also used to treat OCD. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, dry mouth and weight changes. It does work well for some people, but there are others that may not get good results from it, however, that's the way it works with any medication. You really just have to try something and see how it works for you. Are there any questions or comments? Is there anything I can help with? ...

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Sertraline 50g

Been on sertraline 50mg for 8 weeks went through side effects & felt lots better.Having dizzy heads now & feeling shaky & like its not working anymore.Will this pass as I feel back to square one. ## Are you on any other medications, or just the Sertraline? Learn more Sertraline details here. If it really seems to you that it's not working, after just 2 months, then it might not be the right dosage, or the right medication to help you. Not every drug works for everyone that tries it. Have you consulted your doctor, yet? Is this the only SSRI that you've tried? ## Similar situation. Sertraline for 6 weeks. Bad first 4 weeks, lots of paranoia! Saw doc and wants to increase dosage. I'm really not sure about that. Mental health is new to me. Ive broken lots of bones, ... ...

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sertraline 50mg

I've recently been to visit my doctor about my anti depressants. I've been getting CITALOPRAM 30MG DAILY, but they wasn't working anymore. My doctor has started me with SERTRALINE 50MG DAILY, INCREASING TO 100MG next week. I've been informed of some people that these are also prescribed as an anti phycotic, please can someone who knows about these things please help me out with the truth? ## Sertraline is classified as a selective serotonin uptake inhibitor, it is used to treat depression, and anxiety. The NIH lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, weight changes, and mood changes. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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sertraline 75 mg

i am 28 yeats old female.i am taking daxid 50 for 8 weeks..i feel better.but no full effect.still i am little anxious .and have some fear.how much time take sertraline to get full relax ## 8 weeks is long enough, talk to your doctor about it. He may need to increase your dose, or possibly add something else or replace with another drug. It's a trial and error process. ...

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50mg sertraline

How long does it take on 50mg tablet of sertraline to go through the body. how long do side effects last - thank you ## Most people don't even experience side effects from just one dose, on the rare occasion that they do, if you only took one tablet, it will be out of your body within 24 to 48 hours. Sertraline is the generic for Zoloft, common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and headache. You can read more on it here: Where you perhaps referring to an allergic reaction? ## Thank you for taking the time to reply to my question. i did take a very serious reaction to the on 50mg tablet, which did last 48 hours, i was trembling, had feelings of extreme anxiety and this went on and off for the 48 hours. i saw my doctor on monday 16 november who prescribed a beta ... ...

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free sertraline?

My Ex Is Claiming I Have To Give Her £200. She Says She Needs It For Sertraline! But Would I Not Be Right In Saying It Can Be Prescribed For Free To People In Full Time Education Under The Age Of 18? Some Help Would Be Nice Cuz I Dont Wanna Hve To Give That Crazy B**** Jack S***! Thanks :) ## Since you are obviously not in the US, I am sorry, I have no information to help you. ...

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sertraline 100mg

Tablet, pale blue Imprint: M S3 Nothing on backside ## i have a new presc. for this with the markings 214 on one side and I/G on the other. I want to be sure that it is sertraline , not a pharmacy mistake. ## I can't find a listing for either one of these, they may be really new, does anyone else have any information? ## sertraline 100mg 214&1/g thats the right pill my physican gave me the same pill. ## Does it work well? What brand of Sertraline is it. I'm on one that is NOT working (100mg too). Has a 1 and 8 on a yellowish pill. DESPERATE to find a brand that actually helps to reduce my depression. HELP!! ...

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sertraline lu d01

My client was taking sertraline G4960/25mg and then her pharmacy switched to lud01. She reports it works differently - makes her angry and agitated. Could this really be a side effect from a different manufacturer? Thank you. ## Hello, Kay! How is she doing? Under the Hatch-Waxman Act of 1984, generic medications are allowed to differ from the name brand, in the amount of the active ingredient, by as much as plus or minus 20%. They also don't have to measure against each other, only against the name brand. The FDA considers this an acceptable therapeutic window and it was put in place to help bring generics to market faster. However, sometimes when a person is sensitive to medications, or has been taking the same one for a long time, even a slight fluctuation may cause problems. Bas... ...

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Arrow Sertraline

I have taken sirtriline for 6 weeks my depression has not lifted I am aged 70 I am worried ## Have you consulted your doctor? What dosage are you taking? Usually, around 6 weeks, a medication has reached its full effectiveness in the body and, if it isn't helping you, that may mean that you require a different dosage or that it may not be the right medication to help you. Not every medication works for everyone that tries it. ...

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orange sertraline

100 mg of sertraline foil wrapper with the word SERTIMA 100 on it. the description on the back says sunset yellow but the color is orange. Please help ## As to what they actually contain, they do claim to be 100mgs of Sertraline, however, since this is not a U.S. product, I cannot confirm that. As to the color, they are always subjective, so it doesn't really mean anything. What one person sees as red, another can see as pink and etc. The sunset, many times, is an orange shade, what they name it really doesn't matter and is more than likely just a name they thought would be pleasant and appealing. Where were these obtained? ...

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sertraline 25mg tab

I'm looking for the name of the manufacture of 68180-0361-09 sertraline 25mg tablets. ## Hello, Jeanne! How are you? Can you please post back with the markings on the tablets? That is what would enable me to research them for you. Thanks! The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and weight gain. ...

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sertraline effects

about a month ago i felt shaky for few days was not able to concentrate on any thing ,my dr put me on daxid 50mg and clozepam .5 mg for 15 days and after that increased my dose from to 100 mg daxid and clozepam .25mg which gave me bad headache for two days and again now i m feelin everything shaky..blur vision lethargic type not able to concentrate ...mood changes ...i consulted my dr he advised me to try 125 mg daxid n .25mg of clozepalm but again in three days i m feeling restless n shaky ...please help me ## sertraline is best to cope with depression associated with anxiety , i m patient of anxiety since last 20 years , but it is only sertraline which has given me a new life . I m using 50 mg sertraline (for last 6 months )along with .5mg clonazipam when it necessary , now i calm and... ...

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sertraline hcl 50 mg

white oval SL 50 ## Yes SL 50 with an arrow like Logo on the other side is Sertraline 50 mg, which is an antidepressant of the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) class. To learn more click on the link below... If you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ...

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Sertraline Tablets

side affects for sertra 50 also long term affects. ## There can be risks associated with the long-term use of any medication, such as organ damage, but it happens to a very small percentage of people, so the risks aren't very high. The normal side effects to Sertraline may include: nausea, dry mouth, dizziness and weight gain. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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sertraline hcl 100mg

oval , light green, tablet ## Sertraline HCL (100 mg) Sertraline is an antidepressant primarily used to treat major depression, obsessivecompulsive, panic, and social anxiety disorders. For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ## Hi, I've been taking daxid 100mg for around 2 years, since I was diagnosed with OCD. I would like to know whether this medicine would lead to increase in weight. ## My Mom has been using Daxid 100mg around 2 to 3 years, is it safe for her Health and is there any Side Effects will arise in Future Kindly give some Suggestions about that. ...

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sertraline OR ZOLOFT

SMALL OBLONG LIGHT YELLOW PILLONE SIDE 1 8 THE OTHER SIDE A ## A18 yellow pill, scored is Sertraline 100 mg. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## I have the same kind of Setraline and I don't think it's working!!!! I've become more and more teary and despondent. Does anyone know of other brands of Sertraline that are EFFECTIVE in reducing depression. No idea of the brand name of this yellow 18 pill but will call Costco tomorrow to ask. It's a crime we have to exert so much effort not to be screwed by lousy drug manufacturers. So if ANYONE IS TAKING AN EFFECTIVE BRAND OF SERTRALINE... PLEASE SHARE THE BRAND. ...

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Quitting Sertraline

I'm 50 years old and have been on Sertraline since about 1995 to 1997. I finally came to the conclusion that I am better off without it. (I know. I'm not sure why I stayed on it for so long) I have seen a lot of information on the Internet to finally make me cynical of the medical "profession" and the drug "community" to make me realize that it's a multi-billion dollar business. As this is my tenth day after I took the very last dose, I still do feel a little lightheaded, but much better than last week when I had some headaches, diarrhea, and a felt a little nervous. I have read this forum and really hurt to think some people are addicted to this drug, and many others, but cannot stop. My heart goes out to you. For every 100 people with a question here, it se... ...

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Xanax and Sertraline

I have sertraline, the pill has an imprint if IG on one side and 214 on the other. It is oblong and a very light yellow color. I have read something about the two being the same. So is Xanax and Sertraline the same thing? ## No, they are not the same. Sertraline is an SSRI antidepressant that's used to treat various types of mood disorders and anxiety. Its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and weight gain, as reported by the FDA. However, Xanax is a benzodiazepine, so while it can treat similar conditions, it carries the risk of being habit forming could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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Sertraline Hcl Advice

Hi, I started taking Sertraline HCL around December. My doctor, like routine started me at a low dosage and began steadily increasing it. I was up to, I believe, 125mg (around February) when I stopped taking it abruptly for some reason. However, during the months following, I continued to go to my doctor. I lied to her telling her I was still taking the pills when I wasn't and she kept increasing the dosage. I was too nervous to tell her the truth; which I feel bad about now. So, now it's August and school is coming back I'm having some bad anxiety. I still have the prescriptions she gave me and I am really considering starting back on it. However, I don't want to increase the cause of side effects or possibly overdose because it's not in my system anymore. What shou... ...

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