I am experiencing constipation, upset stomach, frequent urination, sometimes tingling sensation in my legs.
yes..these are the side effects of zoloft..Many of the side effects of Zoloft will go away if you stop taking it. but, if it is helping you cope with your depression or other disorder, stopping treatment is not a good idea. so, you need to find ways to take the medication without having to deal with the side effects..
for example Side effects such as indigestion may be successfully treated with dietary changes
Other side effects, such as tingling and tremors, will likely decrease after your body adjusts to the medication.
If you are experiencing these side effects, it is a good idea to contact your doctor..
Hello hannibal 80231. No, stay the course. They are normal, common side effects will that will likely be with you for another week or more and then more often than not, will ease up and disappear. It can take up to a month for the Zoloft to begin work theraputicly. Good health and wishes and good luck on the Zoloft,pledge
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