Desparately Seeking Zoloft

Saw the OB today. Impressed with their quickness and responsiveness. I have a prescription of Zoloft, have had my husband told not to have me be alone (making him freak out--not really my intention), and I am getting an appointment with a therapist.

Right now I have an intense headache, but don't want to take anything else with the zoloft. It will take about 2 weeks for that to kick in.

As for me being alone, husband going to try to take some time off, but its a touchy time at his work. I think it might be time to cash in those favors from some friends of ours...I frankly hope that the zoloft kicks in sooner rather than later.

Hmmm...I still hate hormones...

Comments

Baby Deux! said…
:o( Hang in there and take some Tylenol! At least until you get used to the Zoloft.

I was the same way after "Buddy" was born and already told my OB/GYN to be prepared to give me some drugs.

Be proud that you sought the help you knew you needed. :o)
Leah said…
Zoloft is magical, I am a huge fan. I am counting the hours to when I can start taking it again -- exactly 10 minutes after I deliver if I've got any say about it. I already have the bottle of pills in hand...

You can definitely take Tylenol with Zoloft, they do not interact in any way. I can't remember if you've taken Zoloft before, so if you already know this, then forgive me repeating it. But I've taken Zoloft twice before and had the enjoyment of it kicking in within 1 week, not the 2 weeks they quoted me. I hope it's the same for you.
Valerie said…
Oh yeah Zoloft is the shit. I have my prescription ready and will be taking it to the hospital with me. I was going to start it early until I read the side affects to the baby. I will be thinking of you. Please take some Tylenol if you need it woman!
Chas said…
I'm sorry you're having such a rough time of it. I pray that Zoloft kicks in quickly so you can get back to feeling good!
Anonymous said…
I love the pictures you have put up, the girls were excited to see Willow. Hope the medicine helps quickly. Over active hormones really are the pits. TT
Kate said…
Hormones are the WORST. I hope the Zoloft does the trick....
Dr. Grumbles said…
Congratulations on taking the important step of getting the help you need to get through this hormonally-ravaged time.
Neenie/PawsNY said…
good job with being so proactive with your emotional health!!! i hope the zoloft treats you well and you see relief from the raging hormones very soon.
hugs to baby willow :)

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