Log in to your
account.
Quick sign up
It only takes a millisecond.
Terms and Conditions
Forgot your password?
No problem, we can help.
Enter your email address below, and you'll receive and email containing a link to reset your password.
Password reset
A confirmation email with a link to reset your password has been sent to at your request.
Please check your email and click on the link.
We do our best, but if you don't hear from us in a minute or two, please check your spam email folder.
For further assistance please contact us at support@treato.com.
Treato My Voice
Share your thoughts, experiences and ideas which could help others.
Please, no commercial content and no spam.
Make sure you enter your email address correctly so we can let you know when it goes live after a short moderation process.
The name that will be displayed with your story
Your email address will not be displayed on Treato, and will never be shared.
 
 
Thank you for sharing
Our editorial team will review this shortly and we will inform you once it goes live.
Treato My Voice
Thank you for sharing!
Your post was added to treato.com.
You’re one step away from being a registered user on Treato.
Just choose a password, and you’re done!
Treato My Voice
NOTE: All My Voice posts are carefully monitored by the Treato tream.
Your privacy is important. Treato will never sell or give your email address to a third party.
How to use bookmarks
Bookmarks allow you to easily access Treato pages that interest you through the My Treato
panel on the right
help-img
Successfully bookmarked the
page!
Bookmarks allow you to easily access Treato pages that interest you
through the My Treato panel on the right
help-img
To save and access your bookmarks from any browser, you need to be
logged in or create an account in 5 seconds.
Successfully bookmarked the
page!
You now have bookmarks. In order not to lose them, we recommend that you sign up or log in.
Security check
Let us know that you are a human.
Type the characters you see in the picture below
Submit

What patients are saying about
Zoloft and Dry Eyes

/ 104 posts
Dopey
  • 104 posts reported Dopey with Zoloft, 0.04% of total posts
More info
Dry Eyes
  • Dry Eyes is #118 in Zoloft discussions.
  • 104 posts reported Dry Eyes with Zoloft, 0.04% of total posts
More info
Candida
  • 103 posts reported Candida with Zoloft, 0.04% of total posts
More info
Pneumonia
  • 103 posts reported Pneumonia with Zoloft, 0.04% of total posts
More info
Treato Video
Follow us
share this page
Help people by sharing experiences you've had with Zoloft or Dry Eyes - your story could impact others.
Treato My Voice
By Randy
July 27, 2014
Randy wrote
Diabetic Symptoms with Zoloft
Comment on this post
By kellie
June 13, 2014
kellie wrote
self injury
Comment on this post
By user
April 8, 2014
user wrote
Zoloft
1727views
Comment on this post
By corrupted_jes
March 27, 2014
corrupted_jes wrote
Zoloft
1465views
Comment on this post
By irishscottish
February 14, 2014
irishscottish wrote
celexa
1114views
Comment on this post
By Madison
January 8, 2014
Madison wrote
Zoloft Weightloss and Abilify
1398views
I started taking Zoloft about 3 weeks ago. I have been suffering with severe, medical depression, social anxiety and feelings of dread. I have good reasons to be depressed, as my Mom died of cancer 4 years ago, and I was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer 2 years ago. Now I'm post menopausal at 39 and just can't cope. Immediately after taking Zoloft I began to feel good. Depression had become physically debilitating and I gained a lot I weight. I have also noticed a lack of desire for food, and have
Beana  |  July 4, 2014
I also have to take Diflucan/flucanozole occaisionally while taking Zoloft...never any problems.
debra  |  March 31, 2014
Zoloft saved my life. Outside of my wonderful husband it is the thing in life I am most grateful for. Much better than Prozac where I always felt medicated.It is not for everyone but if doc recommends it, I would try it. Just pay attention and give it some time and if you have any side effects do not wait to address them...do it immediately.
debra  |  March 31, 2014
Comment on this post
By Kay terfinko
December 20, 2013
Kay terfinko wrote
Zoloft and gallbladder
Comment on this post
By Willie DeJarnette
December 3, 2013
Willie DeJarnette wrote
Zoloft Weight Loss
2347views
Comment on this post
By agnes
November 30, 2013
agnes wrote
heart pounding
I find I get way more severe reaction to caffeine when I am on Zoloft. Have to drink caffeine free coke!
Otherwise I get a racing heart, exactly like a panic attack. Took me ages to figure out, I thought they were panic attacks!
Frankie  |  June 10, 2014
Its suppose to slow your heart down...
April 28, 2014
Comment on this post
By LisaB
October 27, 2013
LisaB wrote
Zoloft and neck stiffness
i am taking Mirtazapine and sometimes Lorazepam and sometimes xanax and I too get these stiff necks and just does not subside - i have had them for the last 2 months now - any advice?
rr98  |  July 14, 2014
Same thing with me I have horrible neck pain
And stiffness and a headache and I also take zoloft
Megan  |  June 27, 2014
I take Zoloft and had horrible neck pain from out of no where.. Wonder if it's from that my dr prescribed my flexerol for it.
May 28, 2014
Same thing, neck pain for months now. Diagnosed for RA now, and prescribed Methortexrate.
mike  |  May 6, 2014
Yes, I also take Zoloft and have bad neck and back stiffness. It does seem to subside after awhile. Try heat and stretches...good luck.
Cheryl  |  February 18, 2014
Comment on this post
By Nia
September 8, 2013
Nia wrote
Suicidal
Comment on this post
By kwissy
September 6, 2013
kwissy wrote
shaky hands
Hi, I have a 12 yr old son...just hope you get better and that u have some people in your life who love u as much as I love my son. If u don't, keep looking, you will find people who care. Good luck, and if the Zoloft feels bad for you, tell your dr. I'll be hoping you are ok. ;-))
Jaipria  |  June 22, 2014
Im glad Zoloft has helped with your depression however it didnt help with mine. I would talk with your doctor about the shaky hands. I stopped taking Zoloft awhile ago and I still have shaky hands from it.
jp  |  June 8, 2014
Comment on this post

What patients are saying about Zoloft and Dry Eyes

104 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
because of severe dry eye side effect and being a glaucoma...
...AD's (Zoloft.) I went off zoloft because of stomach distress which was severe ...interaction. I also went off zoloft because of severe dry eye side effect and being a glaucoma \"suspect.\" Now w...
stopped Zoloft as less common side effect of med is dry eyes...
...began burning/becoming dry 6.5 hours after taking my first 50 mg Zoloft. Symptoms worsened over six days. PCP stopped Zoloft as less common side effect of med is dry eyes, eye pain....
stopped Zoloft as less common side effect of med is dry eyes...
...Effects\ My eyes began burning/becoming dry 6.5 hours after taking my first 50 mg Zoloft. Symptoms worsened over six days. PCP stopped Zoloft as less common side effect of med is dry eyes, eye pain...
I'm on Zoloft, but I already had dry eye before I was...
Hmm, was interested in this, because I'm on Zoloft, but I already had dry eye before I was on it. I've been taking it ...it AFTER I already had dry eye from stevens johnson syndrome, so...
prescrived Zoloft today, besides dry eye I've been having...
Hi I was prescrived Zoloft today, besides dry eye I've been having to deal with other issues and doctor feels that my ...to take care of the emotional part. Anyone on Zoloft or any other kind of ...
double vision, dry eyes, glaucoma, sensitivity to lig...
...is there. I did look up Zoloft and here are the visual side effects: double vision, dry eyes, glaucoma, sensitivity to light, rolling eyes. These were...
I finally decided to tried it out! Howver I'm having dry eye...
...of Zoloft. I finally decided to tried it out! Howver I'm having dry eye combined ...sure is the zoloft....so I'll ...finally Cymbalta. Anyone know if you can adjust to the antideprssants and ...
the zoloft was causing my terrible dry eyes, but I have...
...as a result of using an anti-depressant such as zoloft or celexa? My doctor switched me from zoloft to celexa in hopes that maybe the zoloft was causing...
syncope. I am certain that has only added to my dry eye...
...Did you switch from Zoloft to Topamax, and if so why? ...taking Zoloft too in June of this year because I have neurocardiogenic syncope. I am certain that has only added to my dry eye problem....
I really wanted this to work. I'll probbably have to stop...
...my 4th day of 25mg Zoloft. I still take 5mg of ...my dry eyes, I have dry eye pain as well as ...so I'm pretty sure is the Zoloft. I really wanted this to work. I'll probbably have to stop it...
feedback