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Howard Says:

what are the uses and side effects of theraquil?

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Roy Says:

I think you are talking about the drug Seroquel (active ingredient Quetiapine). This medication is indicated for a number of conditions, including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and alzheimer's.

"The most common side-effect of quetiapine is somnolence. Other common side-effects include: sluggishness, fatigue, dry mouth, sore throat, dizziness, abdominal pain, constipation, upset stomach, orthostatic hypotension, inflammation or swelling of the sinuses or pharynx, blurred vision, increased appetite, and weight gain.

Uncommon side effects include bruises and disturbance in speech and language. Mouth ulcers are a rare side effect. Very rare side effects reported were rapid swelling of the skin around the eyes, which increased the appearance of skin aging."

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Seroquel Details. I hope this helps. Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do...

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David Says:

I found Seroquel to be a evil drug. Prescribed as a very serious sleeping pill it would make me groggy and sleep for three days. Even the 75 mg dose. The 150 mg dose was out of the question. I have talked to two other people on Seroquel and their teeth are rotting. Those two people were schizophrenic and I am not sure about their hygine however. I am now prescribed Restoril which is a benzo but you wake up fully awake and fall asleep fast.

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Nancy Says:
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Was taking trazadone to help me with sleeping I have been up for the past 3 days so I called the doctor and told of the trazodone was not working and if there was anything else you could put me out she said theroquill

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