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Here is a great article on the link between stress and the microbiome. Since withdrawal is causative of severe stress it's no wonder so many people have issues with gut function and food.

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5736941/

 

 

Current Psychiatric Medications

  1. Paxil 10mg daily (a.m.) 2017 - Present
  2. Carbamazepine IR  190 mg twice daily (380mg Daily) 2011 - Present (Currently Tapering)

Past Psychiatric Medications From 1994 to August 2021   Seroquel (in Recovery since August 2021 final dose 6.25mg), Depakote, Lithium, Risperidone, Xanax, Lamotrigene, Olanzapine, Lorazepam, Welbutrin, Trazodone, Oxazepam, Gabapentin, Abilify, Topiramate, Prazosin, Ambien (See Attached Spreadsheet And Seroquel Tapering And WIthdrawal Summary)

Current Non Psychiatric Medications Levothyroxine 88mcg (a.m.)-Vitamin D3 1000 IU (p.m.)-Fexofenadine 180 mg twice daily -Clonidine 0.1 mg (p.m.)-Azelastine Nasal Spray

Other - Fish Oil Twice Daily-Multi-Vitamin (a.m.)-Vitamin C 1000mg Daily (a.m.)-Saline Nasal Spray-Salsalate 750mg twice daily PRN, Diclofenac Gel on affected joint PRN-Magnesium Citrate 250mg twice daily, Betaine HCL & Digestine Enzymes With Meals

Quitting Seroquel_A Vacation In Hell_Redacted.pdf

Other Documents https://www.survivingantidepressants.org/topic/26099-feralcatman-recovering-from-seroquel/?do=findComment&comment=633907

 

 

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On 3.06.2023 at 16:26, Estman said:

Suplementy Betaina/Pepsyna wydają mi się nieodpowiednie.
Brałem je przez 2 tygodnie do każdego posiłku.
Chociaż zmniejszało wzdęcia i gazy po posiłkach, powodowało podrażnienie żołądka
. Kiedy przestałem brać suplement diety, miałem gorsze trawienie i silne gazy. kilka dni, szczególnie wieczorem.
Kilka dni temu myślałem, że stymuluję ręką pęcherzyk żółciowy, ale to pogorszyło stan zapalny.
Ja również popełniłem błąd i wziąłem 1 kapsułkę suplementu diety z żółcią wołową, aby wspomóc trawienie i zneutralizować kwas żołądkowy, ale szybko pogorszyło to sytuację.
Wygląda na to, że mam refluks żołądkowy.
Jeśli śpię na prawym boku, sytuacja często się pogarsza
To samo dzieje się, gdy zjem coś pikantnego lub coś, co nie jest odpowiednie.
To przewlekłe zapalenie błony śluzowej żołądka jest czasami lepiej tolerowane, a potem znowu bardzo złe.
Wywołuje u mnie złą falę, ponieważ mam nudności, zawroty głowy i obniżony nastrój, prawdopodobnie z powodu zapalenia.
Podobno nie mam niedotlenienia, a raczej problem ze stanami zapalnymi.
Najwyraźniej zapalenie ściany żołądka samo w sobie powoduje złe samopoczucie.
Wczorajsza noc znów była pełna niepokoju i rozpaczy, nie mogłam spać, bo też miałam mdłości.
Jeśli zapalenie błony śluzowej żołądka jest poważniejsze, również się martwię, co jeszcze bardziej komplikuje sytuację.
Frustruje mnie to, ponieważ wywołuje we mnie reakcję walki-ucieczki – pojawia się strach i niepokój, których inaczej by nie było
Zwykle zaczyna się, gdy objawy zapalenia żołądka się nasilają.
Nie mogę zmniejszyć dawki leku przeciwdepresyjnego, gdy zapalenie błony śluzowej żołądka jest nasilone.
To frustrujące i frustrujące.
Dziś mamy pełnię księżyca i z jakiegoś powodu zawsze jestem bardzo niespokojny i zaniepokojony
 

Can you tell if you feel a quick filling of your stomach after eating? When you have stomach pain. I noticed that my soreness is after visiting the toilet and lasts for several hours.  There is also a feeling of flowing in the stomach and gas. I don't know what these symptoms are, but they appeared after AD was discontinued. Now I don't know if increasing AD would help. 
 

 

2022 escitalopram from July 25 2.5 mg, 5 mg, 10 mg August-December- 7.5 mg, 5 mg, (1 month) 2.5 mg - C/T 
WD
2023 Short reinstatement from WD date: 

escitalopram May 25-June 12 5 mg, 2.5 mg plus interrupted

Reinstatement 24 07.23 0.5mg escitalopram, 18.08.23 0.22 escitalopram, 07.09. 0.28
Now 0.30 mg escitalopram 

Last year 6 months on escitalopram, I was very agitated, hypomaniacal and with little need for sleep. 
Since July 2023 reinstated and reduced from 0.50 mg to 0.30 mg Lexapro - difficulty sleeping and lack of sleep, eye pain and IBS. Anhedonia. 

November 2023 - 0mg

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16 hours ago, modelarz71 said:

Can you tell if you feel a quick filling of your stomach after eating? When you have stomach pain. I noticed that my soreness is after visiting the toilet and lasts for several hours.  There is also a feeling of flowing in the stomach and gas. I don't know what these symptoms are, but they appeared after AD was discontinued. Now I don't know if increasing AD would help. 
 

Yes, I've had same.
Before, there was a feeling of heaviness in the stomach for a long time after a meal and later a lot of gas
I have now been on a very low carb diet for a month and have improved
I also definitely have a yeast or Candida Albians overgrowth and that's why I no longer eat sweet things, grains and very little dairy (mostly Greek yogurt)
In the past, there was a lot of brain fog and also more anxiety, a change in diet will definitely help.
My pyloric valve is also not working well. Apparently, the nervous system is dysfunctional and the vagus nerve is not working properly.
It causes a lot of pain because gas comes into the stomach and makes you nauseous. It also seems that there is not enough stomach acid and bile because it cannot digest fat.
Hopefully it will improve over time.

 

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On 9/19/2011 at 6:20 PM, Altostrata said:

Gut health seems to be very much involved in mental health, and many people here have reported an improvement in withdrawal symptoms after taking greater care with their diets. One approach is SCD/GAPS/Paleo Diets, which eliminates foods thought to trigger allergic reactions or digestion difficulties and allows beneficial bacteria to repopulate in the gut.

 

These diets also minimize sugar and starch intake, which is thought to cause a great deal of metabolic stress -- in some people, leading to diabetes.

 

I have had some success with taking probiotics. I've gotten a high recommendation for Enzymedica Digest Gold, a vegan probiotic capsule. A probiotic drink called GoodBelly seemed to help (Goodbelly actually contains a lot of sugar because the bacteria it contains need the sugar to keep alive).

 

I drink kefir often and eat yogurt every day, though I have not graduated to making my own. (Maybe some day soon.)

 

My gut is now in better shape since it ever was, even before antidepressants. For many years, I had an IBS-like condition. Eating anything in the garlic or onion family seemed to set it off. I liked Indian food but it often upset my stomach. Now I'm eating it all the time, and I can eat salsa with bits of raw onion in it (before I had to pick them out).

 

So something has gone right with my gut as my autonomic nervous system has recovered.

 

What's been your experience with probiotics?

At how many years off  antidepressants did you try food enzymes and probiotics ?  I started taking magnesium glycinate 100 mg at night and slept ok  and I'm going to take 100 mg today in the morning.  In one week I go up to 200 at night and 200 in the morning. I need to be leas tensed during the day and be able to sleep.  I've been 3.2 years off antidepressants. 

Year 2010 to 2020 remeron, Buspar, atenelol, Ativan as needed (once a week)  remeron  stopped working (pooped out)

oct 2020 started amitryptyline took it 3 months 

Dec started wellbutrin, Stopped it 3 months later 

Started Paxil again for 3 months

took vibryd for 1 month, Stopped it in 5 days 

Started sam e 100mgs 3x a day, Tyrosine 1000mgs 3 x a dayfor 6 months 

August 2020 - Off all antidepressants 

16 th of Feb, 2023  started taperingsam e  the 100mg  2 x a day of sam e. I stopped taking the  afternoon one. And started every other day then every r day.

 

 

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Just a comment on probiotics and histamine, in general.

 

I have bad histamine intolerance.  I have had to eliminate a lot of foods.  More than ten years ago, before I knew about histamine intolerance, I found myself in the ER after a bad reaction on day 4 to the GAPS diet...I got tachycardia and had trouble breathing.  Of course, after the doctors couldn't fine any reason, I had to consider if the GAPS diet the cause (I wasn't full-on GAPS, but doing 1/2 of the recommended bone broth and even homemade sauerkraut juice, sparingly.)

As soon as I stopped the diet, my heart and breathing went back to normal.  I had the same reaction to  (then-called) VSL probiotics.  At the time, they were considered one of the best and most potent.  I took less than a half capsule for a few days and had the same heart and breathing problems.  This time I did not go to the ER.  I knew what was happening.  Sure enough, stopping the probiotics stopped the symptoms.

 

I have cut out most all high-histamine food and take no pre or pro-biotics because of these reactions.  I am not sure my digestion will ever normalize again.  I do my best at eating a new food here and there but I have SIBO, too, so with IBS and gastroparesis, my diet is hard to vary.

 

Slow digestion is often caused by vagus nerve damage which is common w/ psych drugs.

 

I have recently read very good things about culturing milk and the good it does for your digestive system.  With a milk and histamine intolerance, I can't do it, but culturing one's milk is easy and apparently very good for re-populating the gut w/ good bacteria.

 

I constantly read about, and actually eat low FODMAP.  I actually notice a difference.  Low FODMAP is highly recommended for a variety of digestive ills.

 

Hope this helps someone.

Grace

 

 

  • amitriptyline from 1980-2002,
  • intermittent  use of benzos over 2 decades prior to 2002
  • 2002-2010 Klonopin 1-2 mg., ambien 10--20, mg, remeron 4 mg. and  trileptal 300 mg
  • 2011 Stopped ambien and crossed over to valium 17.5 mg. (updosing 2.5 mg. to cover ambien C/T )
  • tapered valium w/ long holds to 12.74 mg. from a high of approximately 20-30 mg/day
  • 2015-2023 tapered trileptal to 98 mg.  had to completely stop tapering due to multiple chronic, serious health issues
  • currently 2024 still on 98 mg. trileptal and 4 mg. remeron
  •   Currently on benzo hold as I have to cross-over from brand-name valium to generic diazepam.   The diazepam is way weaker and brought on severe acute w/d
  • Current dose of diazepam is 7.9 and valium is 6.6.  I had to up-dose the total valium/diazepam from 12.74 to 14.5 where I have stayed since June 2023.  I am crossing over to generic at a somewhat tolerable rate of .3mg/month after about 2 months of trial/error w/ updosing.  I am not currently tapering; will continue to cross over. 

 

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QUOTE "Slow digestion is often caused by damage to the vagus nerve, which is common with psychotropic medications."
It's very saddening . Maybe it's just destabilization.

I would like to console myself somehow, what do you think?

 

 

2022 escitalopram from July 25 2.5 mg, 5 mg, 10 mg August-December- 7.5 mg, 5 mg, (1 month) 2.5 mg - C/T 
WD
2023 Short reinstatement from WD date: 

escitalopram May 25-June 12 5 mg, 2.5 mg plus interrupted

Reinstatement 24 07.23 0.5mg escitalopram, 18.08.23 0.22 escitalopram, 07.09. 0.28
Now 0.30 mg escitalopram 

Last year 6 months on escitalopram, I was very agitated, hypomaniacal and with little need for sleep. 
Since July 2023 reinstated and reduced from 0.50 mg to 0.30 mg Lexapro - difficulty sleeping and lack of sleep, eye pain and IBS. Anhedonia. 

November 2023 - 0mg

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There is a ton of information and videos about stimulating and strengthening the vagus nerve.  I am admittedly not very good at doing them regularly but it might be worth a shot looking at them.  They don't take long at all.  I think if you did them several times/day you may improve things.  That said, the vagus nerve is responsible for a lot of autonomic nervous system activity.  I suspect my vagus nerve damage is expressing itself in many other ways.

 

I don't know how to console yourself other than to keep plugging away at tapering, and accepting the damage, and working with it as best you can.  It limits my diet as many things are just too hard to digest.  They call my condition gastroparesis but really that is symptom, not a disease, and is an indicator of vagal nerve damage.

 

Accepting it, and working with it is my best way to deal with it.  I try small amounts of new foods as often as the pain allows.  My symptoms are pretty much identical to yours, posted on Thursday.

 

Best wishes,

Grace

  • amitriptyline from 1980-2002,
  • intermittent  use of benzos over 2 decades prior to 2002
  • 2002-2010 Klonopin 1-2 mg., ambien 10--20, mg, remeron 4 mg. and  trileptal 300 mg
  • 2011 Stopped ambien and crossed over to valium 17.5 mg. (updosing 2.5 mg. to cover ambien C/T )
  • tapered valium w/ long holds to 12.74 mg. from a high of approximately 20-30 mg/day
  • 2015-2023 tapered trileptal to 98 mg.  had to completely stop tapering due to multiple chronic, serious health issues
  • currently 2024 still on 98 mg. trileptal and 4 mg. remeron
  •   Currently on benzo hold as I have to cross-over from brand-name valium to generic diazepam.   The diazepam is way weaker and brought on severe acute w/d
  • Current dose of diazepam is 7.9 and valium is 6.6.  I had to up-dose the total valium/diazepam from 12.74 to 14.5 where I have stayed since June 2023.  I am crossing over to generic at a somewhat tolerable rate of .3mg/month after about 2 months of trial/error w/ updosing.  I am not currently tapering; will continue to cross over. 

 

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Thank you. Very interesting your observation:
QUOTE "They call my condition gastroparesis, but it's actually a symptom, not a disease, and is an indicator of vagus nerve damage." 
I'm already afraid of AD, but I don't know, maybe a big restatement would reduce or eliminate this problem
I snack out of nervousness, and I'm more bloated, which makes me even more nervous. I walked on the treadmill for 20 min a while to relax in the evening

I have to stop snacking on fruit or I'll burst, now there's no pain, just bloating. 
 

 

2022 escitalopram from July 25 2.5 mg, 5 mg, 10 mg August-December- 7.5 mg, 5 mg, (1 month) 2.5 mg - C/T 
WD
2023 Short reinstatement from WD date: 

escitalopram May 25-June 12 5 mg, 2.5 mg plus interrupted

Reinstatement 24 07.23 0.5mg escitalopram, 18.08.23 0.22 escitalopram, 07.09. 0.28
Now 0.30 mg escitalopram 

Last year 6 months on escitalopram, I was very agitated, hypomaniacal and with little need for sleep. 
Since July 2023 reinstated and reduced from 0.50 mg to 0.30 mg Lexapro - difficulty sleeping and lack of sleep, eye pain and IBS. Anhedonia. 

November 2023 - 0mg

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I think trying not to eat between meals, and perhaps eating smaller meals more often, might help your pain.  I do best if I go 4 or more hours without eating between meals.

 

Have you ever considered a low FODMAP diet?  It is intimidating, at first, and I don't follow it completely, but I do try to eat the lower FODMAP veggies.  I am histamine intolerant so most fruits are out.  Fruit has a lot of sugar which could be feeding the bad bacteria and making your bloating/pain worse.  When I eat fruit, I eat very small portions, just 1/4 of a small apple, or a few grapes. (trying to get vitamin C)  If you are eating bananas I would stop that.  They are known to cause constipation and are so high in sugar.  I try to get nutrients from veggies more...lower FODMAP ones.  I eat just a little grain.  I am underweight but I can't eat more than I do without stirring up the pain and slowing motility.

 

I walk an hour/day which I think helps for many reasons, including digestion.  I think I have IBS, which is insidious because I can eat the exact same thing one day w/o symptoms and the next day have terrible bloating and pain from the same food...even when my stress level is the same.

 

I am sorry I can't understand your signature, so I can't see what dose of meds you are one.  My suspicion is that reinstating will make all of this worse though...you likely have irritable bowel syndrome which is also insidious.  Our gut lining is affected by these drugs.

 

I have been having severe digestive illness for 10 years now.  I haven't figured it out but I am sure it is all caused by my meds and I suspect irreversible...it just has to be managed.  Every day is different, gut-wise, for me, but I stay away from dairy, gluten, sugar, caffeine, citrus, spicy food...a lot of things.

 

I am happy to answer any other questions or listen to your thoughts.  I have been "studying" all this for 10 years.  I have Barrett's esophagus, IBS, SIBO and gastroparesis...and I manage it all with determination and by manipulating my diet.

 

I am managing some other pretty severe health problems so I am not actively tapering.  My signature reflects the only things I take.

 

Grace

  • amitriptyline from 1980-2002,
  • intermittent  use of benzos over 2 decades prior to 2002
  • 2002-2010 Klonopin 1-2 mg., ambien 10--20, mg, remeron 4 mg. and  trileptal 300 mg
  • 2011 Stopped ambien and crossed over to valium 17.5 mg. (updosing 2.5 mg. to cover ambien C/T )
  • tapered valium w/ long holds to 12.74 mg. from a high of approximately 20-30 mg/day
  • 2015-2023 tapered trileptal to 98 mg.  had to completely stop tapering due to multiple chronic, serious health issues
  • currently 2024 still on 98 mg. trileptal and 4 mg. remeron
  •   Currently on benzo hold as I have to cross-over from brand-name valium to generic diazepam.   The diazepam is way weaker and brought on severe acute w/d
  • Current dose of diazepam is 7.9 and valium is 6.6.  I had to up-dose the total valium/diazepam from 12.74 to 14.5 where I have stayed since June 2023.  I am crossing over to generic at a somewhat tolerable rate of .3mg/month after about 2 months of trial/error w/ updosing.  I am not currently tapering; will continue to cross over. 

 

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I'm sorry you have to suffer so much. It's only been 5 months for me. I'm still counting on some herbs for digestion or supplements. I don't believe in doctors anymore (maybe only in an orthopedist), I'll probably try Chinese medicine with their needles. I've been taking 0.30 mg of escilatopram for several months as a restorative but it doesn't help. Except maybe I'm somehow asleep many thanks
 

 

2022 escitalopram from July 25 2.5 mg, 5 mg, 10 mg August-December- 7.5 mg, 5 mg, (1 month) 2.5 mg - C/T 
WD
2023 Short reinstatement from WD date: 

escitalopram May 25-June 12 5 mg, 2.5 mg plus interrupted

Reinstatement 24 07.23 0.5mg escitalopram, 18.08.23 0.22 escitalopram, 07.09. 0.28
Now 0.30 mg escitalopram 

Last year 6 months on escitalopram, I was very agitated, hypomaniacal and with little need for sleep. 
Since July 2023 reinstated and reduced from 0.50 mg to 0.30 mg Lexapro - difficulty sleeping and lack of sleep, eye pain and IBS. Anhedonia. 

November 2023 - 0mg

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Oh, so you have just .3 mg. excitalopram?  No way would I think about reinstating.  This digestive stuff is very hard to deal with, but you are close to the finish line.  Don't give up now.  The excitalopram is probably what caused the digestive stuff...and the withdrawal.

 

Mostly I don't go to doctors either.  My GI thinks I should be fine, even though I only weigh 88#.  I try to eat as much as I can but I can't because of pain.  The next step would be tube feeding.  Not doing that. 

 

Good luck,

Grace

  • amitriptyline from 1980-2002,
  • intermittent  use of benzos over 2 decades prior to 2002
  • 2002-2010 Klonopin 1-2 mg., ambien 10--20, mg, remeron 4 mg. and  trileptal 300 mg
  • 2011 Stopped ambien and crossed over to valium 17.5 mg. (updosing 2.5 mg. to cover ambien C/T )
  • tapered valium w/ long holds to 12.74 mg. from a high of approximately 20-30 mg/day
  • 2015-2023 tapered trileptal to 98 mg.  had to completely stop tapering due to multiple chronic, serious health issues
  • currently 2024 still on 98 mg. trileptal and 4 mg. remeron
  •   Currently on benzo hold as I have to cross-over from brand-name valium to generic diazepam.   The diazepam is way weaker and brought on severe acute w/d
  • Current dose of diazepam is 7.9 and valium is 6.6.  I had to up-dose the total valium/diazepam from 12.74 to 14.5 where I have stayed since June 2023.  I am crossing over to generic at a somewhat tolerable rate of .3mg/month after about 2 months of trial/error w/ updosing.  I am not currently tapering; will continue to cross over. 

 

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Just wanted to revamp this topic too. I took 8 months off my taper and In that time I got a sibo diagnosis and now I’m in the stage of it where I’m taking probiotics. I’m taking a lot of the probiotics from microbiome labs and I’m trying to figure out a good diet for sibo. I know gut health was a big part of my neuroinflammation  why I struggled with some of the symptoms I did. I’m very curious to do more research and see how the probiotics and improved gut health play out with withdrawal and maybe it will give me an easier time. I’m very grateful for this thread and all rhe info here. 
 

im currently taking- zenbiome, megaguard, hu58 and Mega igG. They are all from microbiome labs. 
At one point pre sibo, I was taking  repairvite to help repair the intestinal lining and I liked that and had to pause it for a bit and am considering restarting. 

1993- Ritalin (unsure of of Dosage 1996- Discontinued ritalin, started dexedrine (10 mgs) 1997- started Clonodine for sleep issues from dexedrine (tapered off of it around 2002)

2007- Trazadone for sleep (not sure how long I was on it, it was less than 2 years, could have been way less) 2011-  6 month taper off Dexedrine 
2015- Lamictal (250) 2015 - Seroquel, Latuda, prn gabapentin, PRN Propranolol, haldol and PRN Ativan (discontinued all (except Ativan, propranolol and gabapentin) 1-2 months after starting)

2017-Lamictal, September:  started taper down

 2018- Lamictal-  March- down to 150, decided to pause taper 2018- Gabapentin- Discontinued PRN Gabapentin in October2019- Ativan- discontinued PRN Ativan immediately

2022- Lamictal- April- started the taper again

2022- Lamictal- Currently at 40 mg (as of 4/6/23)

currently 37.5 mg (as of 5/22/23) then I paused 

- Currently taking PRN propanolol  very infrequently might consider going off of it once my lamictal taper is done 

Current supplements- Magnesium glycinate, vitamin B, pure cbd oil,Vitamin D, Ginkgo biloba, fish oil, DIM, Skullcap tincture,

Intro post: Here

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Hi all, I've been wondering this for awhile and have searched the site for any mention of this but haven't seen it here so apologies if this has been asked before. 

I was curious if anyone has tried the medical probiotic, PS128? I know there are a few brands out there (Neuralli, Microvita, etc.), and they can be very expensive. The probiotic strain in them, L. plantarum PS128, is supposed to specifically reduce stress and support your gut/brain health. 

I'm curious if anyone knows if this can be activating the way that other natural herbs can be on those in withdrawal? Figured I'd ask! 

20mg citalopram - 11/2010 ~ 2014 (prescribed for panic attacks)
20mg escitalopram (Can't remember why i changed meds) - 2014 - 3/2020 

10mg citalopram - 3/2020

5mg citalopram - 4/2020
Withdrawal from 4/2020-7/2020

Reinstated with 50 mg Sertraline - 7/2020 - 6/2023
25 mg Sertraline taper and micro dosing Psilocybin - 7/2023
12.5mg Sertraline taper every other day and micro dosing Psilocybin - 8/2023
0 mg Sertraline and micro dosing Psilocybin - 9/2023
Micro dosing ~125mg Psilocybin off and on July 2023-January 2024

Withdrawals began in early November 2023// Found SA in January 2024
Attempting Reinstatement: 1 mg Zoloft liquid solution 2/22/2024 - present

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