So I'm back on the Zoloft

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florist
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Date Joined Dec 2003
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   Posted 4/12/2005 3:24 PM (GMT -7)   
My first two days completely off Zoloft were terrible. Unbearable anxiety, uncontrollable crying, and I felt like I was gonna puke all day. I fessed up and told my husband I was trying to go off the meds and he blew up at me. WHat was I thinking????? This was so not a good time to try this, what with a baby to take care of. I have to be well. And I was just so NOT well without the Zoloft, both mentally and physically.

So here I am, taking my meds again like a good girl. I feel a little better, but still kinda crummy. Guess it'll take a few more days until the levels get stable again.

*SIGH*

sad
Laura J.
No longer a florist,
now a stay-at-home-mom to an amazing little boy


AlwaysRosie
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   Posted 4/12/2005 5:14 PM (GMT -7)   
((((((((Laura))))))))

Sorry about your Zoloft withdrawal. Gee, I didn't know it could have that affect so fast. I know when I was taking Zoloft that if I missed a dose, I got a headache.

Your message came across as hubby being very angry. I hope that was in a loving way. It's hard to tell sometimes with written message. I know how you feel about trying things w/o our meds. I have taken a 'vacation' from my anti-d's for up to a couple of months. That's about as long as I can tolerate the unstable mood. If that's the way I used to be all the time, I feel sorry for my family who had to put up with it.

I'm glad you are enjoying motherhood (at least I think you are, judging by your signature). Babies are the best . . . but it sure can be exhausting and we can never count on getting enough sleep. How's life with a little boy???

Blessings!


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Post Edited (AlwaysRosie) : 4/13/2005 8:51:49 PM (GMT-6)


curley
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   Posted 4/13/2005 7:29 PM (GMT -7)   
I take zoloft seems to be doing better for me.I was on Lexapro and it just wasn't doing what it needed to do.I made the mistake of getting off mine not to long ago and needless to say I want do it again.I hope you start feeling better soon.

Curley.......
a.k.a.Mela.........
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