Sertraline (Zoloft)

10 Tablets, 20 mg

Generic Name: Sertraline
Used to treat depression, OCD, anxiety disorder, and menstrual disorder

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What is the drug Zoloft used for?

  • Sertraline, the generic name for Zoloft, is used to treat depression, OCD, anxiety disorder, and menstrual disorder.
  • Sertraline is taken once daily with food and water.
  • Please contact doctor right away if your symptoms of depression get worse, experience sudden changes in mood, or if you are having suicidal thoughts while taking Sertraline.

What are the most common side effects of Sertraline?

  • Common side effects of Sertraline are upset stomach, nausea, vomiting, weight loss, dizziness, and insomnia.

What is the best time of day to take Sertraline?

  • Best time for you to take Sertraline is in the morning after breakfast.

How long does it take for Sertraline to work?

  • Sertraline dose should be gradually increased and maximum benefit may take 4 to 6 weeks.

Can you drink alcohol while taking Sertraline?

  • Avoid it. Patients on Sertraline should avoid drinking alcohol.
  • Alcohol is one of the most powerful depressants people don’t know about. Drinking alcohol regularly can decrease benefit of Sertraline.

What does Sertraline do for anxiety?

  • Long term treatment with Sertraline can work to improve general and social anxiety disorder and panic attacks. Long term management with Sertraline is preferred than the faster acting benzodiazepines which can cause cognitive impairment, dependency, abuse, and severe withdrawals.

Is sweating a side effect of Sertraline?

  • No. Sweating is possible while taking Sertraline, but it is not a common side effect.

Is weight gain a side effect of Sertraline?

  • Initially, you can experience slight weight loss due to side effects such as nausea, diarrhea, and loss of appetite.
  • Long term Sertraline can cause a slight weight gain a result of mood improvement and appetite increase.

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