20 Dec 2011
Hello mcpolfliet. Certainly, overdose is possible. Once you reach the 200mg per day dose, anything beyond that would be close to becoming an overdose. Zoloft has a very quick, short half-life so it leaves your bodys chemistry within usually a day, two at the most and so, that helps in regards to an overdose for it will not linger in the body for a week or longer as other ssri drugs can. Best of wishes to you,pledge
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