was on Zoloft for 12 years with great results then it stopped working tried several since suffer from awful side effects now back to Zoloft 100mgs after 1 year break have only been back on Zoloft for less than 2 weeks also take 10 mgs of buspirone 3 times a day for 2 montha still have increased anxiety also take advocare multi vitamins
I am on cipro for three more days. when can i take my prilosec I am concerned about taking Cipro with other drugs and/or supplements. The label says not to use within 6 hours with antacid, vitamins, calcium and not to take with yogurt etc. I take Prilosec every day and can't figure out when/if I can take it with the Cipro. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Centrum silver - bad back and neck pain. (1 response) My doctor advised me to take Centrum Silver. I started taking the vitamins in December, 2014 and noticed I had pain in my lower back, right groin and bad pain in my neck. I took the vitamins for a while and then stopped. The pain went away. I then decided to try these vitamins again this weekend ...
Can depression really be the cause of a chemical inbalance (1 response) During my experience with these antidepressants that i took, Which were ssri they don't exactly work. At the start , you will feel headaches during the beginning of the pill popping which is usually taken in the morning. the more of these antidepressants you take the more you begin to feel the tole ...
Compulsive hair pulling on zoloft Ive been on Zoloft for 2.5 months and started hair pulling after about a month. The medication is working well for me so Im going to stay on it for the time being.
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