I completely disagree
If no action after 6 weeks, you need to see your doctor.
In addition, you need a heart assessment.
Anything else at this point is NOT standard of care medicine.
8 to 10 weeks is WAY longer than experienced clinicians wait if a medicine like zolof is not working.
I never wait more than 4 weeks in general, 6 tops. Of course, I am a board ceritifed clinical doctor and that means the type of doctor who has primary care responsibilities for patients' medications, and I have for over 20 years.
That decision, to wait longer without evaluation, should never be made on line by someone who is not your doctor.
Take a look at the cardiovascular side effects of zoloft here: up to 10% of patients have palpitations..but there are others:
This is FDA information.
See a doctor today if possible.
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