I think your worry is understandable.I was not on medication at 19 but was the following year at 20. I have suffered an anxiety disorder and at
times depression,that being fairly prominent in my mid to late twenties.I was diagnosed with O.C.D at 20 but had the condition from age 11 or 12.
This getting worse after a housefire at 16.I was later diagnosed with Scizophrenia at age 32.I first heard a voice at 26.I put it down to the stress
of living with O.C.D all those years and two traumatic events that was being bullied at school for a year and the housefire.My relationship with my
father was also difficult after the housefire when I was quite unwell.The drowsiness I experience can at times be difficult however by looking after
yourself this will continue to improve.I have tried Zoloft at 25 and had no violent thoughts or suicidal ideas.However I did on Prozac at age 21.I
was having violent thoughts about throwing myself off the cliff face near my home.I have only been in hospital twice in 1990 and 1991 aged 20
and 21 for short periods of time.My suggestion to you is to try Zoloft and see how you go, initially you may feel drowsy or even a little nauseaous
but persevere, if symptoms are severe such as violent or suicidal ideas it's probably not the drug for you.If you have frequent anxiety and
depression it's worth a go.You never know you may just feel a little better.Any further problems talk to your doctor or psychiatrist.