this may sound weird so let me explain. I live in an almost dry, flat, desert-like area. Even when it rains, it doesn't feel very humid even if it is. If you have followed me, I started Zoloft on march 22 at 25 mg for one week, 50 mg next, week, and am currently taking 75 mg (6 days now)....
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Humidity, Mugginess, Or Sweating On Zoloft?
Posted 12 April 2012 - 03:59 PM
Now, I'm not sure if its just me, my work building, or this medicine causing this but I'm wondering if anyone else feels a mugginess or humid-like feeling. The weird thing is that I only feel this in my office and everybody else says it feels fine to them. I'm not really sweating or anything just feel like I can't breath like in humid conditions. It feels like I'm outside in Florida on a semi-windy day ( I have my fan on). Did I mention that I ABSOLUTELY HATE humidity. I wouldn't be able to live somewhere very humid for a long time, unless of course I get a huge dehumidifier..lol. But anyways, is this me just "sweating" from Zoloft? I remember myself actually having night sweats on Lexapro but actual sweating and not like this. Maybe its just my anxiety making me think its muggy in here. If it is sweats from Zoloft, does it ever subside? I can't come to work feeling like this all the time. Yuck
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"It's just a ride"~ Bill Hicks
Posted 23 September 2012 - 02:10 PM
Im now going to start out fresh with 50 mg again and see what happens
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