You don't mention being on any other drug, so I am assuming you're on Sertraline on it's own. It does not usually cause raised blood pressure, except occasionally when used in combination with specific other drugs which should not be prescribed at the same time.
Though dizziness and headache are possible side effects of this drug, I'm puzzled by why this should arise after you've been on it for so long. You mention being on this version for 6 weeks, after being on the other version for presumably longer.
Serdep and Dyna Sertraline are supposed to contain exactly the same drug, so the change should not cause what you describe Generic versions of any drug are required to demonstrate that they contain precisely the same chemical with the same characteristics, and the same effects. Do speak with your doctor and report these new symptoms you have been experiencing, so he can check your condition and rule out other possible causes.
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