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Dr. Seikhoo Bishnoi MD

this event. She is now in a nursing home and taking this drug. She does show behavior as irritable, agitated ...The explanation about this drug, Zoloft , says that it has this effect:Report any new or... View answer

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Dr.    Alexander H. Sheppe MD

and is putting me on zoloft 50mg a day.I told my new Doctor I suffered no depression or sucidal thoughts.I talked to my sister who is in nursing & she said negative things about zoloft & that it is... View answer

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Dr.    Alexander H. Sheppe MD

take Zoloft 100mg in am and norvasc for HB . in the pm I take trazadone to sleep. I have anxiety due to these chronic debilitating problems. Being an old nurse helps What anti depressants are... View answer

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Dr.   Alexander H. Sheppe MD

Hello I am an elite level figure skater, who just started taking zoloft for anxiety ocd and depression I take 25 mg. I tried taking it in the morning, but I get nasea while skating. It is also... View answer

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Dr.   Bonnie Berger-Durnbaugh MD

I have missed 2 doses of 25mg zoloft . Been taking since 1/4. Can i start taking again at regular time? ... View answer

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Dr.    Muzaffer Hussain Parray MD

My daughter has been taking 100 mg of Zoloft and has a one month old daughter. Is this safe for her baby since she is nursing? Also, she has been suffering from a severe stiff neck and started seeing ... View answer

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Dr.    Mohammed Taher Ali MD

I have a son with autism who is currently taking Haldol, Guanfacine, Depakote, Zoloft and Prozac ... that could be causing these issues. Your response is greatly appreciated. Reg ... View answer

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Dr. Manisha Gopal MD

obtain additional Zoloft and, presumably, continue her new life and perhaps even return to nursing school ... upon an acquaintance who had been on Zoloft, but had her prescription changed recently.... View answer

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Dr.  Seikhoo Bishnoi MD

worth of Zoloft at the pharmacy for me. By this time, (DAY 7) I am afraid to take it. I Ive been off ...k...I have a condition called trichotillomania . Had it since I was 10. I have been on Zoloft ... View answer

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Dr. Ramesh M.Vachharajani MD

My 17 year old daughter started taking what ever the low dosage is and increased 50mg of zoloft ... episodesnof these emotional outburst when told what she needs to do in regards to her... View answer

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Dr.  Shailja Puri MD

Hello and welcome to HCM, To comments whether a particular drug is good or not, it is important to know the condition or indication for prescription of that particular drug. Kindly, post the condition you have asked to...

Dr. Bhagyalaxmi Nalaparaju MD

Both acts through serotonin. I suggest you better avoid combination.