Uninvited Belly

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Date Joined Oct 2005
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   Posted 10/22/2005 4:09 PM (GMT -6)   
I have been taking zoloft for about 5 months. I was so edgey, paranoid, and suidicidal before I went on it.  Now I feel like a totally person and I even enjoy talking to strangers, which I could barely do before.  Recently, my girlfriend diagnosed me with dun-lap disease.  My belly done lapped over my belt (literally).  I have always been really skinny, so even now, I don't mind it too much.  I don't want to get much bigger though. 
Also, does anyone know if drinking alcohol has any serious side-effects with zoloft?  My doctor says it doesn't, but I know he's flat out lying to me.  I've seen it on the label of the bottle!!!  However, is it a small concern, or small enough for him and other doctors to say it isn't a big problem?  Thanks for any information.  Best of luck to all of you guys. yeah

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Date Joined Jun 2004
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   Posted 10/22/2005 4:27 PM (GMT -6)   
Dun-lap disease, you're hilarious :-)

The only thing I know is that alcohol is also a depressant and therefore shouldn't be taken by depressed people. Makes sense but I do indulge in a glass of wine occasionally. You night want to check some prescription sites out for interactions or phone your local pharmacist. They've always been great when I had a question.
Take care, Softy

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Date Joined Oct 2005
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   Posted 10/22/2005 4:50 PM (GMT -6)   
You sure have a good sense of humor!! First chuckle I've had in awhile!
I also take Zoloft (hasn't helped me too much) but I have cut out even a glass of wine. Like Softy said, alcohol is also an antidepressent (and fattening!!!!)
Might want to be safe and lay off drinking for a bit!

Let us know how things are going for you!!
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