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    Zoloft and Tren. Wonder how it will go

    Tren over 200mg/week has caused me severe anxiety and depression causing major fighting with my wife. I've recently been diagnosed to having severe depression and anxiety and started taking Zoloft. I've felt awesome since being on it and much happier and can actually enjoy life now which is awesome.

    I'm starting my summer cutting cycle in a few weeks and am wondering how the Zoloft will counteract the Tren mood swings.

    Has anyone taken both of these together and how were your mood swings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PistolPete33 View Post
    Tren over 200mg/week has caused me severe anxiety and depression causing major fighting with my wife. I've recently been diagnosed to having severe depression and anxiety and started taking Zoloft. I've felt awesome since being on it and much happier and can actually enjoy life now which is awesome.

    I'm starting my summer cutting cycle in a few weeks and am wondering how the Zoloft will counteract the Tren mood swings.

    Has anyone taken both of these together and how were your mood swings?
    Here is a thought mate, Its not worth losing your wife over a steroid cycle.

    If tren is causing you grief with her, then simple, dont use it, plenty of other steroids out there. Primo, Mast etc etc. Dont try and bandaid the sitatution with SSRIS.

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    I second that thought. Lots of tren horror stories out there.

    Classic risk vs reward scenario.

    Priorities bro.

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    This ^^^^ makes alot of sense. If benefits don't out weigh the problems or sides so to speak. Happy wife happy life!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger11 View Post

    Here is a thought mate, Its not worth losing your wife over a steroid cycle.

    If tren is causing you grief with her, then simple, dont use it, plenty of other steroids out there. Primo, Mast etc etc. Dont try and bandaid the sitatution with SSRIS.
    Do you know why divorce is so expensive? Because its worth it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PistolPete33 View Post
    Tren over 200mg/week has caused me severe anxiety and depression causing major fighting with my wife. I've recently been diagnosed to having severe depression and anxiety and started taking Zoloft. I've felt awesome since being on it and much happier and can actually enjoy life now which is awesome.

    I'm starting my summer cutting cycle in a few weeks and am wondering how the Zoloft will counteract the Tren mood swings.

    Has anyone taken both of these together and how were your mood swings?
    Not Tren but Nandrolone - and I know it's quite different but the Nandrolone didn't bother me(maybe a lil more aggressive ) but that's normal in my book(as long as I'm not arguing w/people

    Pistol I know you've had some problems while dosing your Tren too high last time... Just live and learn from it - they sure don't like to see insecurity(no pun intended my man) in they're husbands(just sayin) I know you got it under control when you did drop your dose(just remember what problems came up from last time and you'll now know what signs to look for) GL brother!

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    I know that at 200mg/week on Tren Ace I'm fine. At 400mg/week I turn into an asshole and fight with my wife. I'm keeping the Tren at 200mg/week because I know this is where it is safe and I won't fight with my wife. I'm just curious how it will be with taking Zoloft this time around.

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    Can't you just use the PMS excuse lime women do so she knows to just ignore it and do t argue back? Makes sense to me.

    I would try something like st johns wart before something hardcore like Zoloft
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    Quote Originally Posted by PistolPete33 View Post
    I know that at 200mg/week on Tren Ace I'm fine. At 400mg/week I turn into an asshole and fight with my wife. I'm keeping the Tren at 200mg/week because I know this is where it is safe and I won't fight with my wife. I'm just curious how it will be with taking Zoloft this time around.
    I've used Lexapro this whole time and it went well... I couldn't stay on the Zoloft it was giving me bad dizzy spells.... But if your not getting any sides than I'd think you'd be ok... Have you tried to google the interactions between other drugs(and pharmokenetics)?

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    I've met with 3 different doctors before being prescribed Zoloft. So far it's honestly been great. Been on for a month now and never felt better. I'm happy, have no anxiety, and no longer fighting with my wife.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PistolPete33 View Post
    I've met with 3 different doctors before being prescribed Zoloft. So far it's honestly been great. Been on for a month now and never felt better. I'm happy, have no anxiety, and no longer fighting with my wife.
    Hmm I wonder if I can get some online? I know someone who REALLY needs something to mellow them out before it's to late, again, still...
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