Our expert says:
I've never heard of the d dimer test you mention, but the others suggest that all is physically OK. The odd sensations that have alarmed you may well be due to side-effects of the drug as your system adjusts to it. I cant remember whether your prescription was from a psychiatrist or a GP. COmplications of any sort with depression and its treatment are beyond the capacity of most GPs, so if it was a GP, see a psychiatrist for a re-assessment of you, your reaction to this drug, and alternatives ( there are so many alternatives, and Zoloft has no outstanding advantages compared with the others, and none at all compared with the cheaper and equivalent generic forms of the same drug. If it was a Psychiatrist, call and discuss this with him or arrange to see hom for a re-assessment. It is an ESSENTIAL part of any properly professional consultatiopn to discuss the recommended drug and its possible side-effects fully with a patient and to make sure the person understood fully what was said.
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