Aggressiveness effect of Zoloft

We have 80 consumer reports for Zoloft. Aggressiveness effect occurred in 10%.

Patients statistics on Aggressiveness side effect for Zoloft

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
127.87
200.62

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
6′ 1″

Average age
0
53

Zoloft Circle Diagram 8 consumers of 80 reported about Aggressiveness

  1. Janet L. Mendivil says:
    2.0 rating

    Zoloft for Depression

    Use in case of reactive depression after death Zoloft had to stop after one year, as there was an in-blood thyroid under-function that was not there before taking the medication. Subsequently, the values improved again. I was aggressive and over-excited during Zoloft taking. After about half a year without Zoloft, I have again had depression with strong anxiety symptoms, which I had not before. Never again psychotropic drugs, makes everything much worse !!!

    Side effects: Aggressiveness
  2. Douglas K. Nelson says:
    3.5 rating

    Zoloft for Depression

    very strong aggressiveness, cruelty, indifference, often diarrhea, libido loss and libido enhancement, sweating at night, heart racing, day sweating, feeling no longer being yourself: often says of himself he is alienated (due to sudden aggressiveness or anger), ejaculation problem: bleeding and lightning while, partner often and only since taking cymbalta 60mg hit in sleep while each time a nightmare of persecution, lack of drive, increased depression (the medium cymbalta 30mg and 60mg, as zollof before, were prescribed against it) suicidal thoughts: at times, nausea the first time ingestion, lability, forgetfulness, dependency: nothing can decide for oneself without the opinion of others, of the therapist. personality change.

  3. Wayne L. Jones says:
    4.5 rating

    Zoloft for Depression

    Very effective at first, anxiety, aggressive behavior and panic attacks appeared after a few months. sweating since the beginning of the medication, as well as sleep problems, abnormal dreams, orgasm problems, shaky hands and paranoid delusions. After weaning despite escaping electro-shock sensations occurred in the head, which lasted almost 2 months. In addition, dizziness and greater depression than before. The increased depression went away after 1-2 weeks. Despite everything, I have the feeling that I have sustained by Zoloft lasting damage in the sense of paranoid delusions and strong mood swings, the mood can change within hours. This was not the case before Zoloft. The increased sweating went back slightly, but I’m still sweating more than before, and 1 year after weaning.