One third of patients experience a major depressive episode when discontinuing Zoloft. Other withdrawal symptoms include irritability, anxiety, and sweating.
Go to a clinic. They will help you through the detox process. With addiction, there is no other way. also attend a local narcotics anonymous meeting to meet people that have been in the same situation.
It is hard to say, it depends on how much of a dose you took and how often.The half-life, the amount of time it takes to get the drug down to 50% or less in your body can vary from 8 to 20 hours, which means if you have taken it several times, a high dose, or are taking it on a regular basis, then you are looking at several days, perhaps even a week, before it clears out of your system.
Ill be the first to tell anyone taking any drug of any kind an hour before a drug screen. No, its not possible for a urine test to show positive for that or any kind of drug that soon of time regardless of your metabolic rate. Unless that is your flushing your system out drinking glass upon glass but i suppose even at that time the test would show up as unconclusive being that much fluids are being pushed through your system to fast. But to answer your question again, No