Does Seroquel Come In Liquid Form

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Karen Says:

My dad has dementia/Alzheimer's and it's very problematic to get him to take his meds. Does Seroquel and Ativan come in liquid form?

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Verwon Says:

The Ativan does, but not the Seroquel.

What I'd suggest doing is speaking to his doctor about it, to discuss the problem and see what alternative medications can be prescribed that are in liquid form, or perhaps injectable.

There are quite a few options available, so they shouldn't have a problem helping you and, if you have to learn to give him a shot, it is pretty simple and the doctor or a nurse can teach you to do so in just a few minutes.

Is there anything else I can help with?

Learn more Ativan details here.

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Amir Says:

Guys stay away from drugs, one time use can effect your life it is not good stay away from any drugs

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JEC Says:

Seroquel does come in a liquid if you can find a good pharmacy! It is only manufactured as a pill, but if you find the right pharmacy, they can compound it into a liquid. My son is 12 and refuses to swallow pills so the pharmacy makes him a liquid. Call around and find someone who can do it for you!

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DKB Says:

You MUST be careful getting anything made into a liquid. As a pill disolves it releases the dosage slowly and by making it into a liquid it could release the dose to quickly resulting in an overdose. This is especially true with a XR or extended release medication.

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BoPeep Says:

Hey Amir, drugs are what you buy from your dealer. Medication is prescribed for you by your doctor.

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Elaine Rogers Says:

How is your dad doing these days? Is he on liquid Seroquel now?
My mom refuses pills most of the time. Am going to try the liquid versions of Lorazapan and Seroquel.

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Kay Says:
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Re: BoPeep (# 5)

Prescription medications are legal drugs to make money for the big pharm read the side effects.

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