Different expert here.
Zoloft has a long history of use, and a good tolerance of side effect profile.
To really answer your question, more details are needed.
Why did your doctor decide to change? that is a key issue.
If you were doing well, no need to change.
If not, then changing meds is appropriate.
YOu should not use any medication without hesitation, it is always good to question.
I think you need to discuss this concern with your doctor, as we do not know why he changed.
I am a double board certified US doctor with over 20 years of clinical experience in these cases.
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If it were me, I would work to get you off the klonopin. It is not for long term use.
Discuss this with your doctor as well.
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