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Re: Quitting Zoloft After 15+ Years

Posted by roscopeeco on January 9, 2011, at 19:30:09

In reply to Quitting Zoloft After 15+ Years, posted by Sanguine on January 9, 2011, at 1:05:12

No offense man but you were on zoloft for fifteen years at one of the smallest doses and you were obviously getting great relief from it. You decided that you don't want to be dependent on a med and you quit cold turkey after fifteen years. Now you are going through withdrawal symptoms and want help.

Meanwhile, there are people on here that would love to take 50mgs of zoloft the rest of their life and be completely normal.

Your side effects are because you quit cold turkey. You want my advice? Taper off the medication as long as it takes to avoid side effects. There is a liquid concentrate of zoloft that you can get to taper off your small dose. I hope you put some hard thoughts in coming off this medication. If it provides you with relief you might not get the same response two years from now if your depression happens to return.




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