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Re: withdrawal symptoms coming off zoloft

Posted by SW on October 5, 2000, at 20:07:54

In reply to Re: withdrawal symptoms coming off zoloft, posted by D on April 14, 2000, at 13:33:28

I am so gald I am not the only one having probelms getting off Zolfot. I have been on it for 7 years ever since my mom died. If I knew then what I know now I would have never, never used Zoloft. I have tried 5 times to get off this drug. I would rather be addicted to something like cocaine, at least doctors would believe me when I tell them I have withdrawl. This is my 6 attempt and I am on day 8. I pray to God that this time I will do it. I want to be Zolfot free so bad I can't tell you. I went to the doctor yesturday to try and get help, but once again I was told there is no withdrawl from Zoloft. My doctor even had the nerve to tell me I should not be doing this off and on to my body. I feel like I need to take a month off work so I can do this, but I am unable to. I get so dizzy I get scared to drive to and from work. I WOULD LIKE TO PUT EVERY DOCTOR THAT HAS EVER TOLD ME ZOLFOT HAS NO WITHDRAWL EFFECT ON IT AND THEN MAKE THEM STOP AND SEE WHAT THEY SAY. PLEASE WISH ME LUCK & SEND YOUR PRAYERS. Does anyone know if we can sue the durg company for not informing us this was an addicting drug???




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