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  1. My story appears to be similar to many folks here on this forum. Reading all of these accounts has helped me accept my symptoms as a result of Zoloft, which has at least given me some piece of mind. Before I explain my timeline and struggle with getting off Zoloft, I want to bring to the forum’s attention something my psychiatrist informed me of which I have found no evidence of elsewhere. Hopefully someone can verify this. My psychiatrist explained the following: The FDA allows for a 30% upward or downward margin of error on Zoloft pills. He explained that a 50mg Sertraline (Zoloft
  2. My history is long and I've tried many medications. I'm 29. I was on Zoloft age 16-26. Switched to cymbalta age 27-29. Added wellbutrin. Got stuck on cymbalta. I was at 90mg and managed to get down to 60mg but it was terrible. Needed to plan my wedding so I left it at 60mg. it's been over a year and I'm still at 60mg. My Dr said to switch to trintrellix 5mg cold turkey from cymbalta 60mg because there wouldn't be any issues. Day 1 and I'm having withdrawal symptoms. With research I already think trintrellix sounds like bad withdrawal symptoms. I'm also on gabapentin. I'm also on supplemen
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