Diagnosed with fibromyalgia 20 years ago. Doctor put me on low-dose Zoloft fifteen years ago to help with the sleep disorder. The drug was a lifesaver - once I started sleeping normally, so many of my other fibromyalgia symptoms became more controllable. I have been trying to stop taking Zoloft on and off for 5 years (hate being on drugs). Always end up going back on because of the severity of the withdrawal symptoms. I have been off Zoloft now for a month. My symptoms aren't getting any better. My research says withdrawal symptoms can last 4 to 8 weeks. A lot of the listed withdrawal symptoms are similar to a major fibro flare-up, so it's hard to tell which is which. I have dealt with mega-fibromyalgia flare-ups in the past and if I know the symptoms are temporary due to withdrawal, I will tough it out. So, I have three questions: 1) Has anyone gone through anti-depressant withdrawal with non-stop symptoms of what seems to be a major fibromyalgia flare-up, and how long did it last? 2) Are there non-addictive (in the sense that I won't be dealing with withdrawal once I stop) alternatives to low dose anti-depressants that will help with the sleep disorder? 3) I have been researching and found a product called AMORYN - it's a natural anti-depressant and contains ingredients that do a lot of what the SSRI anti-depressants do, as well as supplementing the body with things it needs to produce more serotonin (thus helping with sleep). I am thinking it might be a healthier (and hopefully non-addictive) alternative to Zoloft. I have a feeling the Zoloft was helping with more than just the sleep disorder, and am worried that without the Zoloft I am going to be dealing with more chronic fibromyalgia symptoms. Has anyone taken AMORYN? Found it helpful?