You may want to ask your doctor this question but nowhere have I read or been told that depression/anxiety meds and diet pills decrease the effectiveness of the depo shot. If you told your doctor you were taking those meds, I am sure he/she wouldn't have suggested the depo shot if it was known effectiveness would decrease. That is why it is good to get contraceptives from a doctor because they know your medical history and know exactly what is best for you.
It very rarely does.
I have been taking Zoloft for about a month now and I have the paragard. and my period is hella late
I am on the depo shot and have been taking zoloft for years. It doesn't effect anything with the birth control!There are no known drug interactions between Zoloft and Depo Provera.
Since zoloft is an anti-anxiety medication, the affect will be to lower the blood pressure by lowering the anxiety level.
There are no known drug interactions between Zoloft and the birth control pill, patch, ring, shot, implant, or IUD.
The exact mechanism of Zoloft is unknown, but it is believed to increase the extracellular level of the neurotransmitter serotonin by limiting its reabsorption into the presynaptic cell.
yes it normally starts off with slurred speach, then studdering until you get off of it
That is one of the advantages of this drug.
It depends on you. Generally, doctors do not see problems with focus unless there is some other problem or drug interacting with Zoloft.