A lot of meds do have warnings that hairloss can ensue while taking them. I would contact your health provider and see what they say...that's definately their job. :)
Good luck with everything.
I found out that Zoloft may in fact have the side affect of Alopecia but it is very rare and uncommon.
I started taking Zoloft at 15 and did not get alopecia til I was around 27 5 months after the birth of my daughter. It grew back several years later, not as thick as before but eye brows grew back as well.
I am 31 and have recurring alopecia for about the last 3 months. I am reducing Zoloft in case this is the cause.
Good luck and all the best
Hi I dont know however I did take Lexapro in 2003 for about year and I developed alopecia areata in 2007. I often count it with the other possible causes.