Zoloft in dogs

Common Questions and Answers about Zoloft in dogs


Avatar_n_tn Hello- I am a dog lover but have one problem. My allergies to <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dogs</span> cause ichy skin, runny nose and constant sneezing within 10 minutes of being in close contact with them. I was wondering if Zyrtec would significantly help to relieve these symptoms. Have other people had success with it? What are the common side effects of Zyrtec? The current medications I am taking are zoloft and Trazodone, would it be ok to take Zyrtec with these 2 prescription drugs? Thank you for your information.
Avatar_n_tn Now, him briefly upping the dose to 100mg, while I cannot imagine that would bring on his chest pain, you need to get the prescribing doc in there forthwith and have him take a look at your husband and declare what he thinks about the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zoloft</span>. And as for putting him back on the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zoloft</span>, in my opinion, that's NOT a good plan, he'd be better off on a tranquilizer, but I am not qualified to argue the point at all.
Avatar_n_tn I have been taken <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zoloft</span> for about a year in half now, i recently found out i was pregnant and i had asked my doctors if i could still continue the medicine with no harm to my baby, i was told yes but a few weeks after this i hear of a nation wide lawsuite against the company who made zoloft because of birth defects, now when i looked further into this doctors were already notified months ago of the side effects its causes in pregnant woman, i was very upset about this, i stoppped taken my zolof
1139187_tn?1355710247 REPEAT AFTER ME, I will not take <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zoloft</span>. I will not take <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zoloft</span>. I will not take <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zoloft</span>. Bruce. Please do not resort to taking it. It is an anti-depressant and it is not something you want to experiment with. Take it from me who has had a horrendous time with anti-depressants!!! It will not remedy your buzzing ear! I hope to goodness you meant something else and not zoloft!!!
Avatar_n_tn Actually, I started looking into anxiety on the internet in the last little while and was actually shocked and quite alarmed at the vast amount of people that speak about Walmart in particular when they are talking about their anxiety in stores. They also of course do say that they have issues as well in other large stores but pay attention to the usual first comments of these individuals all over the net that mention Walmart when you ask them about their anxiety.
Avatar_n_tn I was bitten 20 yrs ago and the head of the tick (in Indianapolis) stayed in my scalp for a week, then I developed lumps all over my head that disappeared a bit after a doctor removed the tick. I grew up in WV, w/ plenty of deer and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dogs</span>/cats. I don't know what to make of it. Thanks in advance for any input.
Avatar_f_tn Resting HR is 55-65, the kids come in our room, tv goes on, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dogs</span> are bugging me to go outside to go potty - in no time my HR is up to 90-100 and sometimes I feel a little jittery. By 8am I'm in my office doing some work and my HR drops back down to 65-80. Sounds to me like you're getting accustomed to that rush of having to get everything ready and going for the kids and your mind and body are starting to prep for it a little early.
Avatar_m_tn I definitely have panic attacks (periods of racing heartbeat, shortness of breath, tightness in my chest, nausea, etc) but I also have a strange feeling in my chest 95% of the day. It feels sort of hollow all the time, and every two minutes or so I will have a feeling like a "drop" or almost like a shock in my chest. I have had PVCs (all the time) for at least 5 years, and it almost feels like a more severe one of these.
Avatar_m_tn Then in 2004 I developed myofascial pain syndrome (muscle knots in the back) and never been the same ever since . I also have IBS and in constant brain fog and I think my personality has changed(depressed all the time) . Is this only happening to me or others also have same kind of experiences?
Avatar_f_tn First of all, I suddenly feel a bilateral sensation in my arms of extreme heaviness (not numbness, not tingling) that starts at about mid forearm level and goes up my arms At the same time, my chest feels like it is in a barrel and I am being squeezed completely around These 2 symtoms last about 30-seconds to 1 minute and occur "out-of-the-blue", such as when shopping or sitting on the couch. It has happened at work and at home.
Avatar_n_tn I keep hearing repeat songs in my head...I do not hear voices only songs. I suffer from extreme anxiety and depression am on Lorazepam and several homeopathic remedies. I was put on several anti depressants for a period of one year with severe side effects. I am now hyper sensitive to medications.
Avatar_n_tn I don't have allergies of any kind and I'm in excellent health and I can learn to live with the smell of fresh baked bread in my nostrils.. I mean it could be owrse.. still I think I should get someone to check this out especially as I read about Phantom smells being a possible side efect of brain tumors...
Avatar_f_tn Well, he started her on 50mg of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zoloft</span> a few days ago and that isn't long enough for any results in my opinion. I am on 200mg of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zoloft</span> and still fight depression. Church in the park today was great and went to a great restaurant up the river with friends. Sat outside and ate and had a live band playing. Beautiful warm day. Love the outdoors. So the last 2 days have been good for me. I tend to want to hole up and that does not help the depression.
306867_tn?1299253309 Have you made any big or small changes in your lifestyle to save money ? I've been a lot more conscious of shutting off lights, pushed the a/c up a few degrees. I've become a buy one, get one free freak. When I run errands I map out a course so there's no back tracking or wasting of gas. I never really eat out any more. A cake in the store costs over 10 dollars.........cake mix and icing cost under 3 dollars if you make it yourself.
675718_tn?1449992146 well i got my pills renewed not a problem the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zoloft</span> came late though. i am ready for football season+the picks glad the lockout is over lots of deals going on right now i am doing great anyways even though i have no doctor right now they tried to schedule me with the therapist but he cancelled on me i was a little mad that they(VA) didn't call me in time to notify me.
Avatar_f_tn I found that out after she puked all over both of us one night and I just jumped in the shower with her. Latrice like you I'm still dealing with PPD, but taking <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zoloft</span> and starting to feel better. Glad to hear everyone is doing well I miss you all!
Avatar_n_tn That's his OWN experience and doesn't mean you'll get the same. Once again, it's not proven yet except in <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dogs</span>. It hasn't proved in humans (who would give cardiopoison to humans?!?) so it's not known if it'll do the same for humans.
Avatar_m_tn By the way, if your daughter requires medication, a few of our children in our group have taken <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zoloft</span> with success; however, many now use newer SSRI's which are more suitable for children. All the best ...
Avatar_n_tn In particular, get out of the house, help another person, get sunlight and expercise, focus on something other than me me me. Fifteen years ago I was in the hospital for a month, I remember that it took work to ajust to not being in-patient. It's one thing for me to know what to do to take care of myself, it is another thing to actually put it into practice. I remember that when all else failed I would go to the local animal shelter and hangout with the dogs....
Avatar_n_tn Worrying accompanies depression which causes chemical imbalance in brain for which doctors prescribe meds like <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zoloft</span> and Prozac and therepeutists prescribe getting pets in home i.e. small dogs like yorkshire terrier n all. As far as Dr. H finding a cure, man...who's gona reply to people like us then???? Can't lose him to that. I personally feel he an we are better of him advising about testing and transmission..
186166_tn?1385262982 well...my only addiction is cigarettes...benson and hedges menthol to be exact...named one of my dogs "benson" after them (hehe) i take zoloft for depression. depression, anxiety, and panic attacks run rampant in my family...somehow it skipped over me...i only started on zoloft after my father passed away 11 months ago...glad i am on it or i might not have handled the "new crisis" with my son so well. three of my four sons suffer from depression...
1438412_tn?1315511519 I take <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zoloft</span>, Klonpin, Trazodone, Lamicial. I am still depressed. I lay in a dark room, lay in bed and watch TV. I want more than anything to be myself again. I enjoy going to the beach or zoos or just playing with my dogs, anything that made me laugh. Now I don't anything, just empty? Should I ask my doctor about changing my meds? I tell him how I feel. What can I do?
Avatar_n_tn One month on dont have the burning feeling in stomach but when i exercise i still get pain in throat and during the day have a hot chest feeling in same oplace without a cough. I really dont know what to do,in the space of 10 months i have gone from a happy healthy 19 year old man who enjoys sports and weight training to a paranoid shell of the the person i was who doctors have written off as a hypochondriac.
Avatar_f_tn They know something is wrong Honey and as with my dogs they always know when I am going to have a very bad spell and they will not leave my side. I sure wish I lived closer to ya, I would help you with your <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dogs</span> in a heartbeat. Please keep me updated on your appt tommorrow, ok?
1177051_tn?1263935894 I have tried only a few pills during the course of my treatments which left me in some cases rocking in the corner of my room as if i were in a damn straight jacket ( thank you creators of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zoloft</span>) and others that could make me smile even if the house were burning down (thank you creators of Lamictal) . I've also tried many different kinds of therapist and psychiatrist. I must admit though I've always been good at sabotaging my own treatment. Well... when I was a kid anyway.
320773_tn?1202776088 Pete's Beach in FL by now. That docs should prescribe <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zoloft</span> with Clomid. That having flo show up makes you cry, no matter who's bathroom you are in. That it does not get easier, each cycle is harder than the last. Feeling like you wish your life away in 2 week increments. That I wouldn't want to hold or see someone's baby because it just hurts way too much.
596143_tn?1226651654 I've noticed my mood swings increasing. I haven't been able to go to the doctor in months. So, I'm trying to figure things out myself. It seems that my symptoms fit with Bipolar 1 and fibromyalgia. I found this site during my research, so I'm going to use this tool to help me. I've got to figure out what's wrong with me. My husband is sick of how things have been. We've only been married 3 years and he wants to leave. We have 2 beautiful babies.
186166_tn?1385262982 my little chihuahua had a poo poo accident on an area rug...my husband stepped in it and it is just mashed all down in the fibers...don't want to clean it up. just a mucked up day...couldn't get any worse. it's days like these when thoughts of my boys monopolize my mind. i am so freaking depressed that i just want to run away...just get away from everything and everyone. i am so tired...no one knows or has any idea the depth of my depression...try to be the strong one.
Avatar_n_tn Then there are the times I was my face, go REAL close up to see those blackheads that NO ONE in the world can see but me. Oh but there there, and if I squeeze hard enough, surely stuff will come out, and how fun is that? And it's FREE! I can't believe it! No admission cost and it's free! Squeeze a non-existant pimple to see stuff come out.
Avatar_n_tn I had shared my personal insight on my use of both <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zoloft</span> and Lexapro, in saying <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zoloft</span> was milder. And then, in this patient-to-patient forum, I said she could ASK to switch to zoloft, as relates to her problems gripping things.