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- A trademark used for the drug sertraline.
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- proper n. The anti-depression medicine sertraline.
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- n. a selective-serotonin reuptake inhibitor commonly prescribed as an antidepressant (trade name Zoloft)
Generic sertraline (Zoloft is the more expensive brand).
If Zoloft is a presciption for depression, Viagra a prescription for E.D., if antibiotics are a prescription for infection.
Zoloft is also a prescription anti-depressant medicine (SSRI).
Dude, I think you were maybe kind of joking, but really, Zoloft is the only way I made it out of pp alive.
Prozac, Thorazine, Zoloft is a group of large pillows crafted out of hand latch-hooked rugs, which have been sewn together and stuffed.
You see, ahem, I have to take an elixir given to me by alchemists dubbed Zoloft, which improves my magickal influence, at the cost of rendering one incapable of... reaching gnosis... during certain ritual rites.
And - so for example, I'll take the example of a medication like Zoloft, which is in the class of SSRI, which is specific serotonin reuptake inhibitor.
And I gave her a prescription for Zoloft, which is a serotonin reuptake inhibitor like Prozac, and Klonopin, which is a tranquilizer, and then I said, you know, Carol, I think you're also going to need some psychotherapy, and I'd like to refer you to a colleague of mine.
The first drug is called Zoloft and is probably the most innocuous of the three drugs.
Some received sertraline, an antidepressant sold both in generic form and under the brand name Zoloft by Pfizer Inc.
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