Our expert says:
Serdep is an antidepressant, chemical name Sertraline, so an SSRI family member. It was and is the absolute professional duty of the doc who prescibed it, to have discussed the side-effects and precautions with you in detail.
Typical side-effects include dry mouth, headache, dizziness, tremors, rash, sleepiness, constipation, gastrointestinal disorders, and problems with ejaculation in males.
SO sleepiness can be a recognized side-effect of this med, but then one wouldn't expect it to disturb your sleep when taken at night.
And there are alternative ADs, to be discussed with your doc.
Its also essential to ensure that you are taking the med at the right time(s) of day, and in the right total dose, as too low a dose can give side-effects without benefits, and too high a dose gives more side-effects than necessary
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