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1/1/13 6:47 A


Because people respond differently to medications you may want to contact your doctor and let him/her know what you are experiencing. And most definitely do not stop taking your medication without talking to your doctor first.


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1/1/13 1:27 A

Hi all,

Anyone else feel lazy on zoloft? Has anyone gained significant weight or lost weight on this medication? I am very worried about gaining weight. Some foods make me feel sick - often bread or sugars etc are the opposite! soothing, uh oh! And I sleep way too much on 100 mg of zoloft so far (1 month into it) During the day i get pretty lazy...

I don't want to stop using it, because even though it hasn't helped solve my anxiety during school yet, it has made many other aspects of my life seem easier to handle.

Appreciate experience and feedback, I am just wondering if the sleepiness is common?

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