Sertraline - Day 8

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Hey all. I woke up this morning with the same anxiousness (overwhelming) and the usual closed throat feeling. Got into work and had the heavy chest feelings too, along with dizziness.... However, I am now into the 5th hour of my day and dare I say, I feel a bit (literally a bit) more positive. Not massively different, but I almost (again almost) feel slightly more in control of my thoughts.... Like 10 minutes out of an hour I am not worrying about terminal illness.... Does this make sense?

Are my pills kicking in?!?!?! Still have the dodgy throat closing feeling though which is doing my head in!!!!!!

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    Hi LauraLou,  If I am correct Sertraline is generic for Zoloft.  I took Zoloft for years, it is a good med.  That glimmer of a good feeling means the medicine is starting to work.  Don't analyze it, just go with it.  You should see a big difference in a couple of weeks or even sooner.  I am on Paxil now, it saved my life.  These meds do help stay positive.

     

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    Hey Laura

    I'm on day 8 too and I feel loads better than I did I Don't seem to be worrying as much and the chest pain has eased abit now too, glad your feeling abit better than you did we will get there x

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    Hi Laura and kirsty, I have been on sertraline for many, many years 150mgs. I have NEVER had any side effects, and I have to say they have literally saved my life... as the weeks go on you will feel better and better....I know how awful depression is, but I promise you both,...there is light at the end of the tunnel...I wish you both, much health and happiness.xx

    Sincere regards to all on here...DEIRDRE xx

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