Four years ago I went through severe depression. After trying several meds I found zoloft actually woked for me. I went off six months ago and did fine. I have had bad things happening left and right and 2 weeks ago I came down with pnumonia which put me out of my very busy routine. After getting better from being sick I have began to get the severe depression feelings back. I immidiatly started back on my zoloft and zantac for reflux. Since I can't eat anything it has caused my reflux problem to come back. I just don't want to have to wake up to this torment everyday(over whelming saddness and anxiety for no reason or trigger). I am a mother and a wife and I hate my husband seeing me this way. I have been able to hide it from the kids this last week but I am scared about how long this will be lingering around. As many of you know this is one of the worst feelings in the world and I would not even wish it on my worst enemy.
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