Hello Wmars0417. I researched and found the following numbers. Paresthesias (burning/tingling) occurred in over 2% of people taking Zoloft. (clinical trials). Indigestion was reported by up to 13 of users and abdominal pain occurred in over 2 of users (clinical trials) Regards pledge
i too had extreme burning in my stomach and esophogus! it was so bad that i considered stopping zoloft even though i have had great results. i found I can avoid almost all burning by taking it immediately after eating a full meal (dinner,for me). maybe this can help you too. good luck
- Zoloft Information for Consumers
- Zoloft Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Zoloft (detailed)
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