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Can Zoloft be used to treat headaches?

The antidepressant Zoloft (sertraline) is sometimes prescribed to treat people who have frequent tension headaches or migraines. However, its effectiveness at treating headaches varies. Since this drug can cause side effects, you should discuss the potential risks and benefits of taking Zoloft with your doctor.

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