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... how to stop seroquel (1 replies)
... Hi Julie Be really careful coming off seroquel. I tried to stop cold turkey (I thought I would die!). I was taking 600mg. You need to speak to your psychiatrist and taper slowly. Good luck! (2 replies)
... I think that you should ask your doctor about not taking Seroquel anymore. ... (2 replies)

... Hi Valerie, I am interested in what you described as "traumatic mental patterns". I have just started taking seroquel with minimal success. I am not sure if this is the right thing for me. ... (10 replies)
... I need to ask people who are or have been on seroquel aquestion. ... (14 replies)
... minutes of taking Seroque. Since I have been taking only 400 for almost a week I am going to ride this out, if I can. But I would highly suggest anyone going off seroquel to reduce in small amounts. ... (10 replies)
... tic disorder and you need to let your Dr. know immediately. If the spasms are more like twitches in your facial area or limbs this could be Tardive Dyskinesia. Seroquel can cause TD, for most people once you stop the med the TD goes away, sometimes though once it's "activated" it doesn't stop. ... (12 replies)
... I have been taking 200mg of Seroquel at night and 50mg during the day. I am looking at getting pregnant and need to stop taking it. I absolutly love it and it works well for me. It isn't safe to take while pregnant so I have no choice. ... (10 replies)
... Another thing to consider is Seroquel comes in very small dose pills of as little as 25 mg, you wouldn't need the standard dose of 300mg if you're not seeing or hearing things. ... (7 replies)
... I have been on seroquel for the last 4 and a half years. Believe me doctors say there are no withdrawl symptoms from seroquel their full of it. It is the worst if you miss a dose or two. Some one get back to me. ... (10 replies)
Dec 3, 2004
... i have felt a phsyical difference however, i do not know whether it is because i've been healing since psychosis or if it was seroquel. (8 replies)
... how to stop taking seroquel (0 replies)
... I am taking 200 to 300 mg of Seroquel at night to sleep. ... (2 replies)
... My Dr's think I have Dystonia. Hopefully I have caught it in time (used for 5 mo) I have read that it can be irreversible. They may have me see a neurologist if it does not stop after a treatment of cogentin First, thank you for the guidance. Do you have any other suggestions? Also, I found a letter from the FDA to the maker of Seroquel. Specificallu warning then... (9 replies)
Mar 22, 2004
... ve been told seroquel is able to stop this symptom. Does anybody know about it? ... (8 replies)
... I had always been up and down in my moods and my highs would be extremely high while my lows were extremely low...he prescribed me to seroquel along with my lexapro and it was like a miracle! ... (2 replies)
... Depends on why you are taking it and how much you are on. Mostly it is smarter to deal with this issue with your prescribing doctor. (1 replies)
Mar 26, 2004
... both your meds are the same type, antipsychotics and the numbness may be due to a reaction between the 2 meds, ask a pharmacist about it if you can find 1 who will bother to talk to you you may do better if you stop the zyprexa schizophrenia is not numbness (8 replies)
Oct 7, 2003
... yea, i've talked with my parents about the possibility of seroquel causing diabetes and have decided to start weening myself off of it because diabetes is common in my family as well. not good. ... (4 replies)
... I tried a while back to stop taking Seroquel cuz of the 50 lb weight gain, and it was horrible. It was very upsetting for me. I felt weird head rushes and light headedness and just felt weird. ... (14 replies)

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