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Re: Can serotonin reuptake inhibition be countered?

Posted by morganpmiller on June 30, 2009, at 6:36:37

In reply to Re: Can serotonin reuptake inhibition be countered?, posted by garnet71 on June 29, 2009, at 22:31:26

> despite what all/any research has to say, Zoloft has an extrmee adverse affect on me-it makes me depressed, takes away my motiviation, I don't enjoy music adn other normal things. However, it works great for my anxiety. I'm not a depressive; my symptoms are anxiety only; yet when I take zoloft, it's a protracted, negative reaction that realizes w/in 2 months--I am immobilized with amotivation. I understand its complicated, beyond what I understand, but zoloft really does, imo, have an adverse effect on dopamine for me.

I totally believe you..Just curious to know what dosages you tried..50,100,150,200?

Isn't it crazy how each individual can react so differently to the same medication.




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