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Post Sun May 03, 2009 3:10 pm

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Hi all can anyone tell me what kind of experiences they have had on sertraline? been on it now for over 2 months and not sure if its making me feel generally worse (doctor put me on it for panic attacks and depression was on citalopram before this), been getting dizzy and also feeling my heart thudding in my chest, sometimes feeling sick, am on 50mg, anybody else had problems with it?
Thanks Elaine
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Post Mon May 04, 2009 5:55 am

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I am not a great believer in drugs, as they only mask symptoms but do nothing to "cure" the cause of mood disorders.

Studies showing the ineffectiveness of SSRIs and/or psychotherapy

For an alternative approach to the treatment of depression please see:

Depression is a Nutritional Disorder here

Depression is a Disease of Energy Production

Please discuss with a Nutritional Doctor or Clinical Nutritionist or Nutritional Psychologist if self-help therapy fails.

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