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... I have switched from Sulpiride to Seroquel in the past month. I was gradually taken off Sulpiride and at the same time put on Seroquel over 5 weeks. I have increased the Seroquel to 450mg at night and 25mg during the day 3 weeks ago. I originally went up to 300mg over the period of 5 weeks. ... (6 replies)
... Thanks for this. ... (6 replies)
... Thanks for your feed back. ... (4 replies)

... Thanks for your kind welcome! ... (6 replies)
... My pdoc says that it has neurological contraindications, and since I'm also on Topomax for Cluster Migrainses and a Seizure Disorder, which also has neurological contraindications, he doesn't want me to take the Seroquel for too long. ... (16 replies)
... Hi Lyn and welcome to the forums! ... (6 replies)
... ause, and one of the other posters brought up this very important point, when you have BP you know it's a lifetime disease, it can wane and seem almost not there for months at a time, and then it can come back full force. ... (16 replies)
... Hey sorry I havent gotten back to you. Havent been feeling well. Why did your doctor tell you not to stop seroquel? ... (2 replies)
... Hey, thanks for your kind response. I still feel a bit trippy but better in myself and slightly less paranoid. I hope it improves! Thanks again and take care. ... (6 replies)
... Hi, I got better for a little bit, like a month and a half, then much much worse and had to go off of it. It took almist a month to stop having trippy vision and trouble eating and sleeping from the topamax. The seraquil is much more effective and gentle on me. Good luck, sweetie. ... (6 replies)
... Tom how long have you had BP and what type? ... (34 replies)
... Im on seroquel, I had to go up from 25mg to 300 morning and night to hold the physcosis, but i have to say it doesnt feel much different from the 25 to the 300, I think your body adapts pretty quickly. ... (4 replies)
... Amen! (1 replies)
... orrible things on the subject of children prescibed drugs. There are few if any drug companies that have solid knowledgable proof that the drugs they are giving to our children are not going to later in life prove to hurt them. Some of you on this board have read my posts. ... (1 replies)
... Tegretol and seroquel I could ask for both as in my history I have always been on 2 things. We were thinking of adding a 3rd. ... (34 replies)
... I've suffered from chronic insomnia for as long as I can remember. ... (4 replies)
... I have suffered with depression or what I thought was depression for years. I have tried most of the SD's with little or no success. I recently saw a DR who is sure I have BP2. He has put me on Lamictal and Seroquel. ... (3 replies)
Help for sleeping
Mar 14, 2009
... Slow Release the sedating effect is far less and does not have the "knockout" effect of fast release. Apparently breaking a slow release tab supposedly allows it to work faster as the covering is partially removed but I have not found that at all. ... (28 replies)
... Thank you Heather for your input. I really appreciate it. ... (15 replies)
Hearing voices.
Dec 23, 2009
... off for a couple years now. you gotta love when doctors tell you that you can't work, ya its so easy to just NOT work. its not like we have bills or anything right? ... (17 replies)




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