It's a scored pill and I'm on 50mg. Can I do 25 in the morning and the other at night?
Tracytwin2, kaismama is right. Take it at bedtime. Ironically, zoloft had the exact opposite effect on me and I had to take it with a benzo until it settled in my system. Please know it can take up to several weeks for your body to adjust to a new medication. Give it time. If it is still bothersome, speak to your doctor. Good luck!
Hello Tracy - Welcome to DC and hope you have good experiences here. I just wanted to add that whatever you decide to do... keep a journal for yourself so that you will be sure to remember how these medications make you feel and the time of day you are taking them. Please be sure to tell your doctor what you are doing, okay? I am sure there won't be any objection but your doctor needs to know how you are taking what is being prescribed. My doctor never seemed to mind if I changed the time of day as long as I was taking what he gave me but I always passed it by him when I did that...
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