Well I went off of Zoloft while I was pregnant but had to go right back on it after I had the baby bc of Post Pardum Depression and Post Partum Anxiety. I have had an anxiety disorder since I was very young (27 now). Before I was on 50mg but now I am on 100mg bc the 50 wasn't cutting it with the PPD. I have only had anxiety in the past, so this was my first run in with depression. When I was on Zoloft before I had mild night sweats, but now that I am on 100mg I wake up at night and have SOAKED the sheets! I'm not hot though - I wake up cold bc of the sweat and the fan is on. Does anyone else have trouble with night sweats with Zoloft or other meds?
I also had bad nightsweats while on zoloft but I was also starting to go through menopause about the same time so I think it was mainly a hormone issue. I did start taking lecithin and it helped with the night sweats and eliminated the hot flashes also.
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