From my understanding of how Zoloft
works...i'd say it wouldn't interact with cocaine
. But the truth here is that you're on your own - mixing any drugs
can have unpredictable effects even if it's a combination that you've done a hundred times before. Also, it's important to point out that this does not mean that ALL anti-depressants
will not interact with cocaine. I say that Zoloft probably won't because it's an SSRI
, but some AD's inhibit the re-uptake of dopamine
as well, and those probably would be dangerous to combine with cocaine.
If SWIY has the Zoloft prescribed by a psychiatrist or other sort of doctor, SWIY should specifically ask him/her about combining it with cocaine. They can't turn you in or tell anyone, you have a client-doctor privilege of confidentiality.
The headache/chest pains/heavy comedown
could be indicative of meth
or another amphetamine
being cut into your coke
, or it could be your body telling you to slow down on whatever it is you've been doing(if you've been doing coke regularly, for instance), or it could just be a random fluke occurence. If it was bad enough to scare you a bit, i'd suggest laying off the dopaminergic stimulants
, cocaine, ritalin
, etc) for a while.