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  1. #11
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    Re: Increase in sertraline

    Quote Originally Posted by Noworryjonny View Post
    I’ve been on 150mg for 7 weeks and I had a few good days but the last four days the stomach issues have come back in full force the anxious tummy and diarrhoea have been horrible
    It is unusual for these side-effects to return after 7 weeks at the same dose, although not unheard of. Could it be the the flu, or the after effects of a dodgy curry? Remedies containing loperamide should help with the diarrhoea.

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    Re: Increase in sertraline

    No doctor said itís normal it takes 12 weeks to level,

    It really is bothering me, but he says it will sort itís self out


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    Re: Increase in sertraline

    I started 5 days ago. I have stomach cramps and gas and Iím very tired

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    Morning anxiety

    Does anybody else suffer with morning anxiety?
    Literally in the evenings I feel good and chilled out so issues but every morning I wake up anxious knot in my stomach and urge to poo and this continues until about 4/5pm and then settles down once Iím home.

    Iím 10 weeks on sertraline and my anxiety levels have been very high Iím just so fed up with it


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    Re: Morning anxiety

    Yeah mine is so bad in the mornings too. I'm also waking up a lot during the night at the minute too with intense anxiety so that's not very fun. Mine starts to settle later in the day too. I wonder why x

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    Re: Morning anxiety

    It's normal. Cortisol rises in the morning to wake us up and it's common to feel bad as soon as you wake up. The best thing to do is get up and walk about for a bit. If you focus on the 'why', it'll probably hang about all day.

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    Re: Morning anxiety

    Yea Iíve heard that cortisol thing, itís just so frustrating I had 6/7 really good days and bang just like that I feel crappy again, Iím so tired of it all


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    Re: Morning anxiety

    That's the pattern. Try focusing on the good days rather than the constant re-confirmation that you don't like feeling bad. Nobody likes feeling bad.

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    Re: Morning anxiety

    I know and I have made huge improvements in trying to be better but when itís tough itís very tough, my bowel movements are relatively normal and my appetite is good itís just the morning anxiety and feeling of needing to poo


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    Re: Morning anxiety

    Most people here have been where you are, but as far as possible, you have to try not to dwell on it. It's all a question of redirecting your thoughts.
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