Searching for information on Zoloft side effects?
You’ve come to the right place. Listed below are the side effects that showed up during clinical testing of Zoloft.
This list is not all the side effects that can occur from Zoloft. You may have others as well.
As you gloss-over this huge list, remember that if you’re the one experiencing them, they can take on a whole new level of importance.
‘Suicidal thoughts’ really means nothing… if all you’re doing is reading the words. However, if you’re the one seriously thinking about killing yourself, it becomes all-encompassing.
‘Hallucinations’ is just a joke, unless you’re the one who can no longer drive a car because you’re seeing things that aren’t really there.
Or will you be the one who has a ‘heart attack’ from taking Zoloft?
Will you be the one with ‘anxiety’, ‘paranoia’, ‘fatigue’, ‘migraine headaches’, and/or ‘insomnia’?
Will you be the one who fears losing your mind?
Zoloft Side Effects
The common side effects of Zoloft include:
Agitation, anxiety, constipation, decreased sex drive, diarrhea or loose stools, difficulty with ejaculation, dizziness, dry mouth, fatigue, gas, headache, decreased appetite, increased sweating, indigestion, insomnia, nausea, nervousness, rash, sleepiness, tingling or pins and needles, tremor, vision problems, and vomiting.
Other side effects of Zoloft include:
Acne, allergic reaction, altered taste, back pain, blindness, breast development in males, breast pain or enlargement, breathing difficulties, bruise-like marks on the skin, cataracts, changeable emotions, chest pain, cold clammy skin, conjunctivitis, coughing, difficulty swallowing, double vision, dry eyes, eye pain, fainting, feeling faint upon arising from a sitting or lying position, feeling of illness, female and male sexual problems, fever, fluid retention, flushing, frequent urination, hair loss, heart attack, hemorrhoids, hiccups, high blood pressure, glaucoma, hearing problems, hot flashes, impotence, inability to stay seated, increased appetite, increased salivation, increased sex drive, inflamed nasal passages, inflammation of the penis, intolerance to light, irregular heartbeat, itching, joint pains, kidney failure, lack of coordination, lack of sensation, leg cramps, menstrual problems, low blood pressure, migraine, movement problems, muscle cramps or weakness, need to urinate during the night, nosebleed, pain upon urination, priaprism, purplish spots on the skin, racing heartbeat, rectal hemorrhage, sensitivity to light, sinus inflammation, skin eruptions or inflammation, sleepwalking, sores on tongue, speech problems, stomach and intestinal inflammation, swelling of the face and throat, swollen wrists and ankles, thirst, throbbing heartbeat, twitching, vaginal inflammation hemmoraging or discharge, and yawning.
Zoloft has also been known to cause the following mental and emotional problems:
Abnormal dreams or thoughts, aggressiveness, exaggerated feeing of well-being, depersonalization (‘unreal’ feeling), hallucinations, impaired concentration, memory loss, paranoia, rapid mood shifts, suicidal thoughts, tooth-grinding, and worsening depression.
In addition to reading about the Zoloft side effects, it’s also important to understand the underlying causes that would lead someone to such a painful place.
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