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  1. Good morning all, My name is Erica and I was taking Zoloft for over 20 years before recently tapering off due to side effects. My journey with Zoloft started with my PCP using it to control debilitating migraines. It ended with poisonous spider bites, and an infection causing the hospital to dose me with steroids. I had already been experiencing some side effects but I didn't know it and the steroid sent me over the top. I developed weakness, fatigue, OH, tremors, daily headaches, dizziness, and lost my mental focus all at once. I'm no longer taking Zoloft but I'm still feeling the wrecka
  2. Rom J Intern Med. 2000-2001;38-39:3-19. Syncope due to autonomic insufficiency syndromes associated with orthostatic intolerance. Grubb B1, Dan GA. Abstract (only) at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15529568 Recurrent syncope may be either a sign or a symptom and may occur due to a wide variety of very different causes. Extensive investigations into the nature of this disorder soon uncovered that it represents only one aspect of a broad, heterogenous group of disturbances of the autonomic nervous system (ANS) that can result in hypotension, orthostatic intolerance, and often syncope
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