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This is my first post on here. I suffer with terrible anxiety and have been on sertraline 25mg for nearly 2 weeks can anyone tell me what side effects you have on this Antideppresant

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fauxartist

I googled this:

Nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth, loss of appetite, increased sweating, diarrhea, upset stomach, or trouble sleeping may occur.

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Thank you for replying I have most of these side effects

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that's not good, then you should talk to your doctor, because it's their job to make sure the benefits of a prescribed med. out weigh the side effects.

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SpeaktheTruth

The benefits will outweigh the side effects..it just takes 4-6 weeks for the side effects to go away and the med to start working.

My side effects last until the 5 week and then they went away and I started feeling great.

Use the search feature and type in “sertraline” and you’ll fine a ton of posts on it here. There is some good information in all the previous threads that’s will give you information.

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Angeline12345

I had all the side effects for a couple of months. I still get stomach cramps but only for a couple of hours taking it. The benifts outway all the side effects just takes time I’ve i ou been on it since Oct

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Thank you Angeline 12345

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gerrerd

I used to be on sertraline, Had very bad side affects now on 10mg citalopram and feel fine, I must add i was ok before i took these tabs, Mine are for chemical imbalance. Not for a bout of seriouse depression. These tablets take a few weeks to get people feeling better. Consult you docter Gerrerd.

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Bt_1213

I take 200 mg a day I have to say I have had no problems with side effects. Been on it for years now

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Bt_1213

Also need to give it time to work

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Thank you side effects seem to be getting less now

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