Panayotis77 Posted October 31, 2019 Share Posted October 31, 2019 Hello community - My psychiatrist has informed me that “The FDA allows for a 30% upward or downward margin of error on Zoloft pills.” He explained that a 50mg Sertraline (Zoloft) may have up to 65mg or as low as 38.5mg. Another example, a 25mg Sertraline may have have as much as 32.5mg and as low as 17.5mg. Can anyone validate this? If this is true, it is unimaginable for those of us who have a sensitivity to the medication. 2012 - Zoloft 50mg (pill) 2013 - Zoloft 75mg 2018 - Cold turkey, return to 75mg 2019 (July) - Zoloft 50mg (August) - Zoloft 45mg (liquid) (Sept) - Zoloft 42.5mg (pill) (Oct) - Zoloft 75mg Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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