Overdose on zoloft and xanax.?

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I've been struggling with depression for a long time, which was triggered by a death of a family member. My doctor put me on zoloft about a week ago. A couple days ago I split with my partner of 2 years, and being extremely sad and almost suicidal I took 17x50 mg zoloft tablets + 5x25 mg xanax tablets and about 2 bottles of wine. I didn't pass out or anything, I couldn't fall asleep for a long long time, and now I'm having terrible headaches. Should I see my doctor?

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    with all due respect, i think you should dail 999
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    I totally agree with Michael,ring 999 and explain what you've done

    Youl recieve the care that you need as overdosing sometimes has a lasting effect

    Please ring them xx

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    Oh my goodness, I couldn't agree with the other posters more. I hope you have followed their advice. Don't wait. You need to get checked out at a hospital asap.
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    You owe it yourself to see a professional , and seek proper help ,
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    Not good Marta, your in a deep dark place right now get help urgently all the best xx
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    Ok, well you might get some overdose symptoms, but honestly I dont think you would die. I have done some research into this. You are probably alright - thank goodness, - but as the other posts recommend, go to an ER/A & E department and tell them exactly what you have taken.
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