Seroquel for Pain (acute) treatment

We have 791 consumer reports for treatment of Pain (acute) with Seroquel. Pain (acute) used in 1% of cases.

Patients statistics on Pain (acute) for Seroquel

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
173.06
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Average height in Ft
5′ 5″
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Average age
44
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Seroquel Circle Diagram 8 consumers of 791 reported about Pain (acute)

  1. Maxine R. Lambert says:
    3.5 rating

    Seroquel for Pain (acute)

    With me there are no side effects, I take the drug only at night to be able to sleep, because at night I am plagued by particularly aggressive leg cramps. I am not mentally ill! It was prescribed to me to rest at night. Unfortunately, I was labeled as mentally ill, so I fight for almost 2 years in vain for a rehab.

    Side effects: No side effects
  2. Lillie J. Manning says:
    3.5 rating

    Seroquel for Pain (acute); Borderline; Sleep disorders

    have significant muscle pain, which is associated with physical weakness. even walking with my dog makes me problems. every step hurts me. In addition, there are allergies in spring until October. Breath problems Strong weight gain and heish hunger on sweet. make me very ill even the smallest work, how to make beds to qual. would like to discontinue all medication. but my doctor is against it.

  3. Ronda J. Shuler says:
    3.5 rating

    Seroquel for Pain (acute); Obsessive compulsive disorder; Depression

    Valdoxan 25 mg is not for moderate and severe depression (my experience). For mild depression, good for falling asleep. A drug with few side effects. Mirtazapine well tolerated in the beginning, later came some side effects such as shaking, agitation, heavy weight gain, the worst was that I did not recognize myself in the mirror, I thought there is a stranger person.Then I got Seroquel Prolong and Sertraline. To start Seroquel Prolong 25mg then slowly increased to 50mg, 100mg, 150mg.This medication can be set very high on the administration of 800/1000 mg a day, I had helped 100 mg well, had at the time so also three different sorts ingested (Valdoxan, Seroquel and Sertraline). With this three station wagon I survived well for a very long time and went through many highs and lows, only I was getting thicker and thicker. Now and then I also got a water tablet (HCT) because I really have a lot Had water retention. Sertraline I can only praise and has helped wonderfully. After the creeping of the dependent drugs my neurologist then prescribed me later Opipramol to come over the time where I suffered strong emotional withdrawal symptoms. In the beginning it was great and had to take well with Valdoxan. But the more days and times passed, sleep disturbances, weight gain (I was really swollen, the face stretched extremely), restlessness, dissatisfaction and nervousness.