Heart flutters and generally feel horrible

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Has anyone else that has been on this drug been affected by heart flutters especially in bed l, and going from feeling hungry to feeling rubbish and I have eaten? I just don't feel myself and my belly rumbles all the time but I'm not hungry. I've been in 50mg for 6 days

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  • Posted

    Yes, my heart seems to flutter and pound harder when I'm still. are you taking med at night or morning? I switched to morning. You have to find what works best for you. I am on day 18 of Zoloft and I'm pinning down the hours I feel the worst. When I feel bad at least I know it will pass.

    It will get better. Hang in there if you can or ask dr.

    • Posted

      I'm taking it around mid morning but doesn't seem to kick in until the afternoon. I'm starting to have a little breathing difficulties as well, needing to take deeper breaths and feeling breathless sometimes when walking upstairs?

    • Posted

      I have felt breathless too. My chest didn't hurt but I felt anxious and heavy chested, like I couldn't get a deep breath. Overall anxiety really. Always good to check in with your doctor. I'm feeling like the on ramp to getting this med in my system is a challenge. Hoping that the side effects subside soon.

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      I have exactly the same issues but am determined to get through this period as I have been told good things about the meds thank you very much for your help 😊

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