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Numb tongue?
Sep 14, 2006
... and I noticed something weird. my jaw muscles feel strained and the back of my tongue feels numb. ... (1 replies)
Numb tongue?
Sep 15, 2006
... Zoloft has been associated with jaw clenching and teeth grinding, so I guess it is possible that is happening to you at night and you are feeling these strange after-effects when you're awake. Just a thought. If you're going to stick with the medication, you may want to try a mouth guard (you can get one over the counter at a large drugstore, online, or you can have your... (1 replies)
... I am currently taking Zoloft for anxiety. My question is that when I wake up from a sound sleep my entire body feels numb especially my lips and tongue. My heart feels strange too. I am thinking that this could be caused by Zoloft. Is it? ... (5 replies)

... forgot to mention I tested for h.pylori and oral thrush but all came back negative. Also I feel I tremble a lot like when I am anxious, and my leg and hands get numb a lot specially when I I wake up.. ... (3 replies)
... I was curious on how others felt during a panic attack. I've been having them off and on since September, and am on Zoloft, which has helped a great deal except for when I change dosages. Anyway...a couple days ago I got the shortest panic attack I've ever had, but it was one of the scariest. Normally I get them for 10-30 minutes, but my first two were...seriously 3 hours... (2 replies)
... it was soo surreal. My leg and arm muscles were spasming, and all my limbs felt numb and tingly. I had a weird rash across my chest and neck, I felt nauseous. ... (3 replies)

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