... I've been taking it for 4 years now and I'm trying to slowly reduce the dose. At one time I was taking 275 mg and now I've got it down to 125 mg
Hi, fresco, I saw your question and wondered the same thing. After doing extensive research it turns out that your symptoms of jaw and facial pain is very common. I am not able to provide links, but you can Google Zoloft jaw and facial pain to find a long list of results; here is just one result:
Jaw disorder in the use of Zoloft, who, when, how?
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A study of 51 people who have jaw disorder while taking Zoloft. How long has Zoloft been used, gender and age of the users, and severity of jaw disorder are included. The study is based on reports from FDA and community.
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Hi: First I don't doubt anything. What I say comes from Saco sam's "For what it's worth dept." which is ONLY based on His personal experiences with various drugs. When I first started Zoloft, the max. dose was 60mg. My doc. said 40mg. max. and that was it. Then came cheapo drugs (called generics) and because I was poor, my new Doc. put me on sertraline @ 75mg... read between the lines? ... and then 100mg. but that was it. I remember no problems at all, and was on it for 8 more years Sacosam
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