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Old 02-28-2016, 07:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Head pressure?


Curious if anyone else experiences or has experienced head pressure?

This is like tight pressure in the front of my head almost like sinus?

I have an appt tomorrow. I also recently started Zoloft just trying to figure out if this is from the meds or from alcohol or both and how to get rid of it


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Old 02-28-2016, 07:33 PM   #2 (permalink)
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some people have reported it yeah. Can't say I had that, but it's good you're seeing your Dr tho

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It could be a sinus infection, just that. Great you are seeing your doctor. Ask about your new meds. I recently started something myself and noticed I tense my jaw almost constantly. I am pressing me teeth together and it is giving me a headache. I told my doctor and he moved my dosage around (taking half at one time of the day and half at another) to see if that would help relieve it. Not sure that works with all meds but definitely worth asking about.
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SSRIs can make you feel weird. At first they really made my digestion speed up or so it seemed. You do have to get used to them but for me Lexapro has been a Godsend.
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