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Re: How high of a dose is too high for Zoloft?

Posted by bleauberry on December 17, 2013, at 5:34:19

In reply to How high of a dose is too high for Zoloft?, posted by Munki on December 16, 2013, at 18:07:19

Zoloft has a mechanism in it that causes its own metabolism to speed up. In other words, high doses get chewed up faster, metabolized faster, as time goes on. So at some point, 200mg actually isn't 200mg any more, it is something less.

I have heard of doses as high as 400mg. But the plateau problem would likely still happen.

Here is a really good plan to liven up that zoloft and keep it alive. Add Nortriptyline to it. That's it. Period.

Or add the herb rhodiola.

Either of those choices have very good potential for your particular situation. imo




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