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i have been on sertraline 150 mg for about 3 months now and find im ridiculously tired all the time i have no energy is this normal?

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    hi, sorry to hear this i am on 100 mg of setraline and yes find everything a struggle. its helping so much with my depression but then seems to back fire as you feel so tired. i have to work all day non stop get everything done and then when all jobs and chores down i can then stop and do go to bed very early. gut as i say once i am up and push mysellf i can carry on but it is hard.

    maybe your doctor can lower your dosage and that might help. all the best x

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    Hi Lolly . . . I'm not on that particular antidepressant but I am on another of the same class, which class are called SSRI's and I have a certain amount of fatigue from it, which I welcome however because this class of antidepressant is very soothing for a certain kind of person like myself.

    I do not need the other class which is called SNRI's which would cause agitation in me, which I already have plenty of !

    The depression and anxiety combination is most often treated with SSRI's and I personally find them very helpful in calming me down.

    I am the type who suffers from excess nervous energy and thus the anxiety. Perhaps you are this type yourself, in which case you've been correctly prescribed.

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