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Zoloft: How is it taken and what should I expect?

Zoloft should be taken exactly as prescribed, which usually means once a day, either in the morning or the evening.

Front Image - zoloft Zoloft is available in both capsule or oral concentrate forms.  In order to prepare Zoloft oral concentrate you should use the dropper provided.  Measure out the amount of concentrate prescribed by your physician and then mix it with 4 oz. of water, ginger ale, lemon/lime soda, lemonade, or orange juice.  (You should not mix the concentrate with any other type of beverage.)  You should drink the mixture immediately and not save it for later use. A slight haze has been noticed at times after mixing, but this is relatively normal. 

You can usually see some improvement from Zoloft within several days to a few weeks.  Most physicians recommend that you take it for at least several months.  Zoloft has been found to make your mouth dry.  Some people have found that sucking on hard candy, chewing gum,  or chewing on ice may provide them temporary relief. 

If you miss a dose of Zoloft

Take the forgotten dose as soon as you remember unless several hours have passed, at which time you should just skip that does and try to get back into the dosing routine as soon as possible.  You should never try to catch up by doubling up on your dose of Zoloft.

Zoloft storage instructions…

Zoloft should always be stored at room temperature.

Information from the The PDR Pocket Guide to Prescription Drugs - Sixth Edition

By Paul Susic Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist

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