Mixing Alcohol and Zoloft
When you’re prescribed medicine, or even if you take an over-the-counter medicine, it’s extremely important to learn everything you can about it beforehand, and discuss your full medical history with your doctor. You should also let your doctor know if you do things such as regularly drinking because there can be side effects, interactions & blackouts if you combine particular medicines and alcohol.
What about Zoloft? Zoloft has become so commonly prescribed that many people inherently believe it’s safe in all situations, and while it can be, there are things to understand before you take it.
The following is some information about Zoloft in general, as well as possible side effects, interactions & blackouts. There’s also information about mixing alcohol and Zoloft.
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