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Seroquel Reviews

(Quetiapine)

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Reviews of Seroquel (Quetiapine)

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Summary of Seroquel (Quetiapine) reviews by people (All ages)83 people left tips
52%
think this method is worth it
46%
think this method works well
28%
think this method is a hassle
  • May cause weight gain.
    35
    Man
    Choose or type
  • I take a very low dose for insomnia and mood stabilization. It's been a life saver.
    Two years or more
    Bipolar disorder
  • Take it at night-it makes you sleepy. Do not drink a lot of alcohol; it makes the dry mouth worse and affects your mood the next day in a negative way. DO NOT miss a dose. You will experience withdrawal symptoms very quickly.
    60
    Woman
    Two years or more
    Bipolar disorder
  • I take it at night to help with my Insomnia from PTSD (nothing else really worked). I have found that if I eat food with a lot of fat for dinner (like ice cream) then the drug barely works.
    34
    Man
    Two years or more
    Insomnia
  • To avoid sleepiness take it in the night.
    28
    Man
    Two years or more
    Depression
  • Makes you tired all the time
    16
    Woman
    A month or so
    Depression
  • Unbearable night terrors
    33
    Woman
    Bipolar disorder
  • Drug is infamous for weight gain and I did gain about 30 pounds when taking it HOWEVER I wasn't exactly looking after my diet or exercise. My suggestion is to be sure you're taking care of yourself when you start it and that will make it easier to tell if IT is causing weight gain.
    43
    Man
    Bipolar disorder
  • Even on a small dose of quietapine modified release tablets I gained 20% body mass in 18 months. Exercise with this medication is a must!
    31
    Man
    Schizophrenia
  • It will make you drowsy , but it's a good thing. It has really changed my life .
    27
    Woman
    Bipolar disorder