Hello everyone! My name is Ashley and I've been on DS for about a year now. I've have a few suppot groups that have to do with my infertility and miscarrieges but I've recently needed help in another category, "anxiety". I have had probebly about 5 major anxiety attacks in the past week due to just alot of things going on im my life. I'm normally a very happy person, but I recently lost my job which I loved and it has seemed to trigger all the other worries in my life like not being able to concieve a child even with the help of fertility drugs in the past year. So I decided today to go see my dr and find out what I can do help. The attacks have consisted of not being able to breath, racing heart beat and all the rest of the symptoms. The dr decided to put me on Zoloft and Xanax. I just wanted some input, side effects, and other opinions from recent users of these medications. I'm on the lowest dose of zoloft, (50 MG), and .5 mg of xanax. The only thing I'm worried about is my sister was on Zoloft and she said she absolutely hated it, she said it wore off by 3 then she had to take another to be happy and then was up all night grinding her teeth. And she said she had lost alot of weight. Please send comments my way and thanks for reading my novel.
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