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Should seroquel be used intraveneously? Asked 23 Feb 2011 by Juswondrn Updated 2 June 2011 Topics seroquel, borderline personality disorder. Answer this question. Responses (5) Sort. IN. Inactive 23 Feb 2011. I am 42 years of age and suffer from bipolar disorder, I was diagnosed more than 20 years ago. I have been on .
Seroquel may cause side effects. Some of the more common side effects of Seroquel include: Mild drowsiness, dizziness, or tiredness ; Dry mouth ; Stomach upset ; Constipation ; Sore throat ; Weight gain ; Stuffy nose; Be sure to talk with your doctor about any side effects you notice while taking Seroquel.
When I began taking straight Seroquel (I don’t recall what the initial dosage was exactly but it was around 500-600 mg daily I think), I used to have panic attacks within a half hour of taking it. My psych recommended I switch to Seroquel XR because she thought it would lessen the panic attacks, and in the same breath said that Seroquel doesn’t cause panic attacks.
Delirium — sudden, severe confusion that occurs with acute illness — is very common in ICU patients. As a group, patients experiencing delirium in the ICU tend to have worse outcomes than patients without delirium, all other things being equal (as far as that equality can be determined).
The extended-release form of Seroquel should not be given to anyone younger than 18 years. Notes: In general, seniors or children, people with certain medical conditions (such as liver or kidney problems, heart disease, diabetes, seizures) or people who take other medications are more at risk of developing a wider range of side effects.
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