Sertraline

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Hi been on 50mg of setraline for 2 week felt really good but still getting some physical symptoms wundering if i shud ask to up tjem mayb?? Has sertraline stopped other peoples physical symtoms?? Xx

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    Hi to you, I'd like to give you some advice on this but I have not heard of 'Sertraline.' I can only assume it does'nt have the strength of 'Citalopram.' because if it does, 50mg seems far too much.I hope you have checked this out with your doctor? You even say that you might 'up the mg.' If you get hooked on this, it maybe very difficult to come off it at a later time.
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      Ive been on citalopram and changed me to this as a was getting to many palpertations with it i can tell the diffrence but i was hoping tje physical symptoms of ancxity would go x
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    Hi. I'm new to this not sure how to use it! I'm just wondering about setraline as I got put on 50mg then 100mg now I'm on 150mg with this 150mg I feel sick. I haven't eaten in two days, I feel tired and weak. I've only recently started taking them and most of the research I've done is saying that it's not good sends you vicious with words etc. My relationship is arguing a lot and I can't cope with hurting him anymore. Can anyone help? Or abit of advice? Thank you xx
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      Hi Cody

      how fast did you up your dosage.  The symptoms you describe are typical of the side effects of sertraline.  Not sure about the arguing.  Did you feel better on a lower dose?

      lynda

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