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Quetiapine - Side Effects

My Doctor prescribed this med. for sleeplessnes. About three weeks later i felt pressure in my head, felt faint, short of breath, or like a very bad hang over, or like i've been poisoned. Plus a high rise in blood pressure. I don't drink or do illeagle drugs. I stopped takeing the drug and feel 90% better. The only thing is i can't sleep now, i get about 2 hrs a night. ## I've been taking seroquel/quetiapine. What can i do for sleep when I'm not taking these drugs? ## Take Diphenhydramine. It's OTC and safe. ## I've been on quetiapine for the last 4 years. If I continue taking quetiapine for my entire life does it become harmful or cause any side effects? In recent days, I stopped regularly checking-in with my doctor. ## Take an actual sleep aid, unless you a...

Quetiapine shelf-life

I have recently been prescribed quetapine for sleeplessness-- 50 mg per night. It is functioning perfectly. I get 8 hours of sleep and don't wake up feeling drugged. My wife has approximately 100 pills (200mg) which are from an outdated prescription ("discard after 5/11"). What is the shelf life of quetiapine? Besides the possible diminished potency of 1/4 of 200mg per night, are there any other issues with my usage? I have used that dosage (1/4 of her old 200mg pills) a couple of times and experience no difference in effect. Anything wrong with continuing? ## Hello, Barry! How are you? From what I've been able to find via the FDA, this isn't one that gets dangerous once it's expired, but it does start to lose potency. Thus, it would really be best to just dispos...

Dopaquel and Nuzak

Hi, I'm Jeremy from South Africa, I was diagnosed with Clinical Depressive Disorder, and my doctor put me on Nuzak 20mg for the past month. I think 2 weeks into the month, seeing that my sleeping patterns, paranoia and anxiety levels weren't norming he put me on Dopaquel 25mg (to increase dosage every 7 days till 200mg, I'm currently on 100mg ). I've been on both now for quite some time now but my only concern is I've gotten to a level where I think I've built a tollerence for both these drugs and no longer feel the effects them (cause my sleeping patterns have decreased once more). I'm too concerned about this, what advice can I kindly get? ## What time period do you consider as being on them for quite some time? It usually takes about 4 to 5 weeks for both ...

quetiapine lupin

I have had issues with Lupin's bupropion XL, and now it seems I am having issues with Lupin's quetiapine. It seems like everything they make is full of side effects. After starting quetiapine 100 mg instant release (sorry I don't know the manufacturer), I noticed I would fall instantly to sleep. Now that I am taking Lupin's quetiapine 300 mg, I have insomnia. That really doesn't make sense, because quetiapine is such a strong sedative, especially 300 mg instant release. I have even taken 100 mg of trazodone on top of 300 mg of quetiapine, and I am still not sleepy. I sleep until 11 am, I don't feel rested at all, and can't wake up in the morning without 5-6 alarms. I've also had issues with weight gain (normal), binge eating and eating cravings (normal), ...

Seizures after starting Quetiapine Fumarate

My brother has been put on this and started having seizures. Want to know more about it, whether these are possible side effects? ## That can be a possible side effect of this medication, according to the FDA reports, although it isn't a common one. Other side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, weight changes, and pancreatitis. It could be that this is not the right medication for him to take, and he may need to try something else. Has he discussed the situation with his medical provider?

round beige pill 100 on one side and 0 on the other.

I found a pale yellow or beige pill that has 100 on one side and 0 on the other side. No score. ## Hello Debra, I was unable to find an exact match for the pill you described but I was able to find a yellow pill with a 100 on one side and a Q on the other. I will continue looking for the pill but in the meantime let me give you the info on what I found just in case it's what you have. Quetiapine fumarate (NDC 16729-147) Active Ingredients: Quetiapine fumarate 100mg Inactive Ingredients: - povidone - dibasic calcium phosphate dihydrate - cellulose, microcrystalline - sodium starch glycolate type a potato - lactose monohydrate - magnesium stearate - hypromellose 2910 (6 mpa.s) - polyethylene glycols - titanium dioxide - ferric oxide yellow Imprint: 100;Q Color: Yellow Shape: Round Man...

small round white pill dash on one side and r other

They are small white R on one side the other side has a small line not a normal score like a dash line please tell me what they are frustrated over finding these ## Hi Julie, Based on the description provided, the closest match I'm finding is identified as Quetiapine (25mg); an antipsychotic used primarily to treat symptoms of schizophrenia. This medication is a white, round, film-coated tablet imprinted with "R" on one side and "1" on the other. However, the "1" also resembles what could be a partial score line in the center of the pill. For verification, you may be able to view a photo of it on google images under the following keywords: "round white pill R 1" I hope this helps! ## Thanks ## I have found White pills with R on one side and AO57 the o...

Small orange pill letters QT with V on reverse side

I have an orange, round pill with the letters QT on one side and on the other something that looks like a large V or maybe a thick arrow. Can someone tell me exactly what it is? I have a suspicion that it is a statin drug but i am not sure. ## I have since found out what the pill is from my doctor. It is Quetiapine aka Seroquel. ## Awesome, Joan! So glad you got an answer. It is an antipsychotic that is used to treat various types of mental disorders, and some forms of insomnia. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, weight changes, and mood changes. This tablet is manufactured and distributed in Canada. Is there anything else I can help with?

tiny and thick white round pill inscript of 50 on one side

tiny and thick white round pill inscript of 50 on one side and the other side is blank. this little pill is sort of humped on each side not flat. what is this? roxi 30mg? ## Actually, a round white pill with 50 on one side that is blank on the opposite side is listed as containing 50mgs of Quetiapine; which is a antipsychotic that's used to treat conditions such as schizophrenia and depression. Manufacturer: Sun Pharmaceutical Industries It doesn't contain a narcotic of any type. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Quetiapine Details Why did you think it was Roxicodone? ## If you don't know what a roxy looks like don't find out! End of life as you know it. ## I found this in my home. It has 50 on it and is small and white. Please help me find out what is g...

round white pill with LU on one side and Y15 on the other

Small round white pill with LU Y15. I need to know what kind of pill it is. I've had it for the longest time and don't know. ## This tablet is manufactured by Lupin Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 25mgs of Quetiapine, which is most commonly used to treat bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, insomnia, and other mental health disorders. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, mood swings, and drowsiness. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Its a bipolar pill an the side effects is mood swing Pendejos ## Actually I was prescribed these pills for anxiety and they are used for a variety of mental health problems

Quetiapine fumarate 25 mg acc

What does the acc on quetiapine fumarate 25 mg acc mean? And is there a difference from the same thing w/ out the acc? ## Hello, Anthony! How are you? That's just an abbreviation for the manufacturer, which in this case is Accord Healthcare, so no, there is no difference, since this is a generic, it is manufactured by several different companies. Some prescriptions labels may list the manufacturer, some may not. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, sore throat, and weight gain. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Is it OK for my son to take 25 MG of sequel at the same time he takes 30mg abilify every night for mental issues? He is totally blind in one eye, and has an extremely low level of vision remaining in jus...

quantapin (phonetic)

used for pain? ## Have you checked the page for drugs by letter: <a href= ? I am not sure which medication you are refering to. ## I am not placing a medication that sounds like this that is used to treat pain. The closest I can think of is Quetiapine, which is used to treat various mental health conditions. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, mood changes, and weight changes. Another one I can think of Klonopin, which is a benzodiazepine that's used to treat anxiety, and nervous disorders. The FDA warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as dizziness, headache, irritability, and nausea, Do either of these sound familiar?

Yellow round pill with 5 on one side

A 26 year old male, previous drug abuser (don't know what drugs) was admitted to a psychiatric unit for over a month, tried to commit suicide, jumped off a bridge, but survived, is now into going to the gym big time and protein drinks. He has an obnoxious attitude, dirty bedroom, keeps himself clean, very bolshie and verbal if confronted by his elderly parents. He panicked at the potential loss of 41 pale yellow tablets (with 5 on one side and nothing on the other) when I cleaned his room. The tablets were in a plastic sandwich bag which he claimed were his quetiapine prescribed meds, but I don't think so. Can anyone help identify them?

dosage side effect serez

Does Serez effect your menstrual cycles? ## Hello, Joann! How are you? Serez contains the active ingredient Quetiapine, which is a type of antipsychotic and yes, most of them can affect your menstrual and make it irregular. Other side effects may include nausea, dizziness, somnolence and weight changes. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Does hidrasec effects menstrual cycle? ## Ano ang effect ng glothapos kapag 6 years old ang umiinom nito.

Dopaquel and weight gain / loss

Since being on Dopaquel and Serdep I have gained 20kg. I have been off the meds for a month now. Has anyone gone off the Dopaquel and lost weight? If so, how long did it take? ## The active ingredient Quetiapine is most commonly used to treat various mental health disorders. The NIH lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and mood changes. However, Serdep, which contains the active ingredient Sertraline, so it may also cause weight gain. Generally stopping them, or switching medication does result in weight loss, but it really depends upon you and your metabolism. Are these the only medications you are currently taking?

quetiapine fumarate accord

I have been taking the generic for Seroquel 400mg, Quetiapine Fumarate, for over a year. It treats my depression, anxiety, and insomnia. Two weeks ago I received a generic made by Accord. That first night I barely slept and my insomnia didn't improve. Also, my symptoms of depression, anxiety, and poor concentration returned. I called the pharmacist but he said I had received the correct medication. I went to my Dr. because I was having a major relapse of symptoms. He suggested I try a generic manufactured by a different company. So, I did, and wouldn't you know, I slept like a baby. This recurrence of symptoms has been difficult. I work for a bank and I can't make mistakes. For the last two weeks, due to poor concentration, I have been making lots of them. I am happy that I ...

False positive for 6-Acetylmorphine

I'm prescribed a high amount of morphine ER and morphine IR. I also take quetiapine ER. I need to know if this can cause a false positive for 6-Acetylmorphine in a urine toxicology test? I've read that high doses of morphine can cause this and also the combination of my quetiapine ER. ## Yes. Studies have been done to prove that 6-aceylmorphine can be produced inside the human body for patients prescribed morphine. See the following link for the study. Doctors should remember that tests can also simply be wrong; whether that's because the test sample is contaminated, or the medications contaminated. They've also found 6-acetylmorphine as a pharmaceutical contaminant. I would post the link I've found pertaining to that study, but the page is no longer live. See link b...

small round peach pill with 25 on one side

I found a little peach colored round pill with a 25 on one side and blank on the other. What kind of pill is that? ## Hi Raven, A round peach pill with 25 on one side and blank on the other, reportedly contains 25mgs of Quetiapine fumarate; an antipsychotic drug used for treating bipolar disorder, anxiety, depression, schizophrenia and other related conditions. For verification, the manufacturer is listed as Sun Pharmaceuticals. I hope this helps!

White Round Pill With Y 18 And Lu On The Other

WHat is the name of the pill with LU on one side and Y18 on the other ## Hello, The white round pill imprinted LU Y18 is identified as Quetiapine fumarate (200 mg), which is an atypical antipsychotic approved for the treatment of schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and as an add-on to treat depression. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Quetiapine Details I hope this helps! ## Do it put you the sleep? ## Yes, it seems to put me to sleep. And when wasn't able to take one I had trouble sleeping.

L U Y17 round & yellow

round yellow pill imprinted LU on 1 side and Y17 on other side ## The tablet with the Y17 LU marking contains 100mgs of Quetiapine, the active ingredient in Seroquel, which is an atypical antipsychotic that's used to treat schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Learn more Seroquel details here. Side effects may include nausea, sedation, weight changes and somnolence. Is there anything else I can help with? ## A round yellow/orangish pill w Y17 on one side and LU on the other side is a generic form of 100mg seroquil. It is not an OxyContin, ambien, lorazepam or Valium!! Please listen to me. I'm a registered nurse and I know what I'm talking about. This is an anti-psychotic drug. Please be careful w these pills they will put you to sleep for days. ## No it didnt keep me sleeping ...


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