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SLEEP ## Could you be looking for the drug Seroquel ? ## That is also my best guess. There are many instances where the spelling or understanding of a drug name is based on what someone has heard and it can vary greatly depending on how it was pronounced by the person they heard it from. ….not to mention the inherent ability of pharmacologists to make many spellings and pronunciations as confusing and odd as possible. :-) You can learn more Seroquel details here. Seroquel is actually an atypical antipsychotic that's most commonly used to treat schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, but since it can cause drowsiness as a side effect, it can help with insomnia, especially in cases where other medications have been unsuccessful. Other side effects may include nausea, sed... ...
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Thu, Feb 28 '13, 11:56 AM
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ser ## Grandson taking seraquill ## Here's the link to the monograph listing, it will provide you with more information on the drug, its uses, side effects and etc. Seroquel Info Click Here ## I was prescribed seraquil in Sept. 2006...started 200 mg about 1 hr before I wanted to go to sleep...i was asleep within 30-45 min, slept deeply and soundly, and usually fo 7-8 hrs, with very few side effects...occasionally I experienced a few hrs of drowsiness upon awakening, usually dissapated shortly....I am bipolar,started having symptoms of the illness at age 17, will be 54 in Aug...I was misdiagnossecd for years, took or was prescribed almosst everyting imaginable, I have never felt better ...
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