Could this be due to the Zoloft?
You should be telling her doctor this. I honestly suggest you take your daughter off of antidepressants, i was on them and they only make things worse in the long run. No different then any narcotic street drug, the higher you go the harder your going to fall. But i think she either has an allergic reaction to the medicine, Or, if shes consuming alcohol with it, its really affecting her liver thus making her itch since its a symptom of liver problems. What happens is, your liver is so busy trying to process all the alcohol and the pill, that most of the pill is not broken and filtered properly that it just goes directly through the blood stream causing the itchiness.
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