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Well, i can understand your concern about your husband , and i agree with you on this , but you should understand that although researchers have found Depression and anxiety
associated with Lyme disease when it is in its Third stage , but no official documentation in an internationally acclaimed Text or JOURNAL has been done so far , and this is the possible reason as to why your doctor is refuting your point of view and has taken your husband off zoloft.
But having said that , since your husband has been a diagnosed patient of Deprssion so it is advisable that he continues on the anti depressant ,as if the lyme disease reaches the 3 stage , so there is a possibility that the otherwise controlled depression may get triggered which wil worsen his clinical picture even further, plus continuing amoxacillin with zoloft does not pose any harmful drug interactions, so i do not think if he continues your husband on both these drugs , there is any harm , but if he doee not use zoloft then this poses a threat for depression to occur.
I am mentioning below a few links which will be helpful in establishing a link between the lyme disease and depression.
( see symptoms and signs )
( see drug interactions )
So, you shall show and discuss this above mentioned with your husband's doctor and get your husband restarted on the zoloft.
I hope this helps.. Take care..
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