It really depends on the person and your symptoms. Zoloft does help with anxiety and may well be enough for some, others may require further treatment with something like a benzodiazepine such as Klonopin.
Only your doctor can really make this decision as he/she knows your complete history and symptoms.
Sorry, I couldn't give you a more definitive answer.
It really depends on the person. I myself took Klonopin with Zoloft, but I have particularly bad anxiety (as well as bipolar and a laundry list of other diagnoses/conditions). It really all depends on what is best for you, and I hope you have a doctor monitoring your progress. Sometimes, Zoloft alone is enough, but for some people, such as myself, Klonopin, or another anxiolytic is necessary- I was actually also taking a regular dose of Buspirone, the only non-benzodiazepine FDA approved for anxiety specifically, at the same time. For some, it just takes more to control the symptoms than it does for others. You can try going without the klonnies to see how it works for you, and if it doesn't, you can always go back to taking them. Just make sure that all the changes and choices you make are under the eye of a certified and trained physician.
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