Poison, Death, Conclusion

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Subject A was sectioned under the mental health act in the UK, he had not been taking medication for a while, he was prescribed 750mg a night in hospital for 10 days, on the second night subject began to experience his heart stop and would jump up pounding his chest asking for help, put on heart monitor and heart rate was 180 or higher, high blood pressure and told it was anxiety go to sleep. Subject A experienced this for the 10 days he was there, in his bloods they noticed he had high cholestoral, low white blood cell count problems and other issues. After going home he continued to experience chest pains, headaches, and gasping for breath. It took them months to discover it was "sleep apnea", the doctors still belive its because of the weight he has on him, (recently gained alot since hospital) but resmed autoset records show central apneas. Could it be sleep apnea, or something worse? Subject A had a echocardyigram on the heart, everything was fine yet he still has alot of problems and has also been diagnosed with pre diabetes, Subject A belives there is still some undiagnosed problems happening because the use of seroquel that could possibly lead to his early death, subject a is 23 years of age and feels like he is dying, it has been 10 months since taking the medication and experiences pauses of breath during the day, and completley no efforts to breath when resting, eyes twitch, pains in the back of the legs.. 750mg dosage yet doctors are saying its "anxiety" - comments/suggestions on Subject As physical problems...

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