While Lexapro is similar to Zoloft it will not replace it quickly. Taking a few of someone's Lexapro will not prevent you from feeling withdrawal from the Zoloft. Antidepressants just don't work this way. You have to be on one for a few weeks before it starts working regardless of what you may have been on before.
And what does your friend do running short? Go to the doc and get it renewed. I knew someone in college who would forget to fill prescriptions. It happens. Glad you are attempting to stay on target, but one stays responsible as well. No sharing Med's, ever. You may have some rocky days ahead. Sooner you get the med the better for you. Take care, k
Thanks to all of you for responding. Although I have become very emotional & depressed again, since finishing the Zoloft, I will wait until I can afford to see a doctor before I take anything else; however, I really do feel “on edge“ & hope I can do something soon. I have been through some major things recently, have just started a new job, and therefore am very limited financially.
Search for questions
Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.
Posted 26 Jun 2010 • 5 answers
I've been taking 100 mg of Zoloft for the last 2 months (the first two weeks starting off at 50 mg)?
Posted 2 May 2013 • 3 answers
Posted 11 Nov 2015 • 1 answer
Posted 24 Apr 2016 • 4 answers
Posted 19 Jan 2017 • 2 answers