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i skimmed over and then threw away the patient info sheet when i picked up my rx the other week. i've had a headache almost constantly, am on 50mg of zoloft. is headache a common side-effect, and if so does it go away after several weeks?

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i skimmed over and then threw away the patient info sheet when i picked up my rx the other week. i've had a headache almost constantly, am on 50mg of zoloft. is headache a common side-effect, and if so does it go away after several weeks?
Very common side effect. Mine went away after about 2 weeks, maybe less, each time that I've been on Zoloft(I think I've started/restarted it a total of 3 or 4 times).

It sucks, to say the least, but it should go away.
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I had a headache for a few weeks also, off and on again, but it finally went away (seems to be anyway, and I"ve up'd the dose since then also)

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Same here. It went away after a few days.

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My dd gets one if she doesn't take it at the same time every day, too.
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so a couple more days and i *should* be good, it sounds like. here's hoping. thanks for the info. i am also correct that i can NOT take ibuprofen, just tylenol for the headache, right? i remember somehting about increased bleeding risk i think.

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so a couple more days and i *should* be good, it sounds like. here's hoping. thanks for the info. i am also correct that i can NOT take ibuprofen, just tylenol for the headache, right? i remember somehting about increased bleeding risk i think.
I've never been told that. I take ibuprofen with my zoloft. Unless you have some other sort of condition that would contraindicate taking ibuprofen, of course...maybe call your doc to ask about it?
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Totally normal as far as the headache, and I took ibuprofen with it all the time, my pharmacist and my doctor said it was fine. For a fact, after ds2 was born, I was on 50 mgs of zoloft and taking 800 mg 4 times a day after my c-section.

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