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Posted by suzie on August 3, 1999, at 18:35:21

In reply to Re:Zoloft, posted by Victoria on July 3, 1999, at 20:38:07

> Yes, I think I did. I had difficulty concentrating, remembering the words I wanted to say, and other short-term emmory problems. It's a litttle difficult to say for sure that the Zoloft caused it, as I had another medical problem at the same time, but those symptoms stopped when I stopped the Zoloft.
> > Has anyone noticed any memory loss or just a general spaceynesswith Zoloft? I know it is a reported side effect for Celexa, but hadn't heard anything regarding Zoloft yet?
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> > Thanks!
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> > > There are some possible ways to counteract the sexual side-effects of SSRIs. See the Psychoparm Tips section (access from top of main page).
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> > > > I have been on Zoloft now for almost 3 years. It has done wonders for me. I have quit taking it for a period of time and found that I become depressed, irritable, tense and not one someone would want to be around for a very long time. My sex life with my husband has suffered but my husband is very understanding. Thank goodness. The sex is the only thing that suffers. Which is enough. I would rather feel sane and relaxed than worry about when my next orgasim is going to be. I hope it works for you. Good luck.
> > > > Roni
In relation to stopping Zoloft; what was your process for discontinuing? I have been cutting back in 25% increments for the last month (50mg down to 12.5 mg, then to 0). I have noticed some dizziness, insomnia, but so far so good. Does it take @ 2 weeks to get it completely out of my system?




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