Day 5 on setaline(Zoloft) and feeling MUCH better

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I am happy to report that i am on day 5 of 25mg of Zoloft and I am starting to feel like myself again. I took half of a .25mg Xanax when the panic was unbearable and that was every morning right up until this morning. Because of my anxiety I'm weary that it won't last but of course that's what anxiety does isn't it. I just wanted to report in the hopes that this might give someone a little hope if they're feeling really blue today. I was in such a bad place and I am finally feeling like I can get back to myself. Thanks to this forum for helping me through it. I really appreciate all of your support

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    Really good to hear x
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    Hello! I switched from citlopram after being on it for 6 weeks and still doing no good, I went right into sertraline, only 3 days in and so far have suffered NO cit withdrawals and NO side effects from sert! I also feel like I'm definitely returning to myself again, I take lorazepam if I need to chill before bed but I don't even feel the need smile it's all about finding the meds that suit you I think! Glad you're feeling better. Xx

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    Of course I'm having a huge panic attack and just had to take a Xanax. 😥I guess one moment at a time....

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    Hi Blue, always encouraging to hear a positive post. Glad ur meds are doing the trick. I'm on mirtrazapine and have suffered a bit of a setback over the last few days, had to take some diazepam this.morning to calm me, something that I was trying to avoid. I have a Drs sppt on Fri to have a check up so will see what he suggests. Keep well my friend.

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