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Re: Quitting Zoloft After 15+ Years Sanguine

Posted by morgan miller on January 9, 2011, at 23:30:28

In reply to Re: Quitting Zoloft After 15+ Years, posted by Sanguine on January 9, 2011, at 23:12:21

I respect your effort to be medication free. I often wonder why some people go through so much worse withdrawals than others. I suspect in your case it may have something to getting on medication at a young age, being on an above average dose, and the length of time you were on the medication. And, of course, it also has much to do with your individual brain chemistry.

I really do hope you are able to get off medication and live free of it without any major issues. I really do wish I could be medication free and I'm sure most here at babble do as well. I've successfully stopped medication with a fair amount of ease in the past. The only problem was that I was bipolar and always fell back into a bad place. In a different world with a different upbringing and maybe some earlier intervention with therapy, I may have made it through long periods of my adulthood without medication.




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