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  1. Two weeks. Standard for any substance.

    And, of course, you should stop taking zoloft at the same time.

    If you take MDMA together with zoloft,you risk getting either a lack of action or serotonin syndrome, which is deadly.

  2. Zoloft has a cumulative effect, sertraline acts for 72 hours after the last dose of the drug, then gradually begins to be removed, again depending on the dosage of the drug, if the dose is 100 mg, then the withdrawal from the body is longer. It is best to abstain from sertraline for 4-7 days before using MDMA. I can say for sure from my own experience, if you drink MDMA on top of sertraline, you may faint or overdose serotonin, which will lead to dizziness, ringing in the ears, loss of consciousness,as well as coma. Be careful.

  3. You should understand that questions of compatibility of several drugs (not in the same combination that the doctor himself offers you) are too complicated even for excellent specialists. �This is not only a question of the price of testing drug combinations (time and dollars), but also the fact that the health of people and even monkeys will not be risked for testing the action of low-quality (from the point of view of medicine) drug combinations.

    If you understand the disclaimer (introduction), let's move on.

    From the point of view of chemical interaction of drugs, this interaction will be minimal in a couple of days (even this is inaccurate information, fat reserves store drugs, stretch their effect over time, for example).

    But the main thing is not that! �In this case, especially. Modern antidepressants work only as a single long-term course. Their effect stretches for months, many months. And in this sense, their effect may overlap with the effect of other drugs in six months.”Not in the chemical sense, I repeat.

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