Seroquel for Social phobia treatment

We have 791 consumer reports for treatment of Social phobia with Seroquel. Social phobia used in 1% of cases.

Patients statistics on Social phobia for Seroquel


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Seroquel Circle Diagram 8 consumers of 791 reported about Social phobia

  1. Sean V. Schantz says:
    3.5 rating

    Seroquel for Social phobia; Depression

    My mood has improved a bit at the beginning, although it was unclear whether it was due to the drug. After (longer) intake of 2-3 months, however, no positive effect was felt, neither on the depression nor on the social phobia, so I had to discontinue the drug again. My dose was 100mg in the morning retard and in the evening 100mg to sleep, which worked very well by the drug. In combination with other medications, restless legs syndrome frequently occurred.

  2. Mark R. Meehan says:
    3.5 rating

    Seroquel for Social phobia; Borderline; Depression

    The combination of 50mg sertraline in the morning and 50mg seroquel in the evening is doing me quite well. So far, only mild stomach problems, but I’m susceptible anyway. Increase in drive noticeable, the mood-enhancing effect or the slightly anxiolytic effect is now slowly starting in the 4th week of treatment. I am happy!

    Side effects: Stomach complaints
  3. Wendy E. Coffman says:
    4.5 rating

    Seroquel for Social phobia

    In 2009, I had my first six-month inpatient stay in a child and adolescent psychiatry, where the effectiveness of other psychotropic markers on me was tested until the doctor and a psychotherapist came to an agreement with me on Seroquel Prolong. About four months I took daily a dose of 360mg a.Positive was during this time that I believed to perceive more. I was creative, painted a lot with acrylics, invented stories, tried to write poetry. I thought about many things and thus became more mature and more communicative. Maybe that was another matter. What I have seen in myself and other peers who have taken (or are still taking) Seroquel is that you become much more self-confident. You have a much stronger personality and it radiates that too. I probably trusted myself a lot more with this new self-esteem and wanted to try new things, so I got creative … When the effect wore off in the evening, I got tired. Very tired and timid. I was me again. With this drug you could change your whole personality, which also led to abuse for me. The highest dose Seroquel prescribed for you is 800mg. I have never taken such a huge amount. Seroquel is not addictive. If someone deliberately takes too much, that has something to do with the person. Due to my strong negative experiences with Seroquel, I discontinued it without medical consultation. I did not want to take it anymore. You always have a feeling of drowsiness. After school, I was so exhausted that I had to lie down because I was so tired. This tiredness is the most horrible thing about Seroquel. I slept through afternoons and in the evening I was able to go to bed again at eight o’clock and go to sleep. In addition, one is feeling dust. Whether that’s good or not, everyone can decide for themselves. At some point, I no longer knew what fear is, which probably results in my self-confidence. One feels alien to oneself. But I believe that Seroquel does not differ from other psychopharmarks. What I also suffered a lot and even my self-esteem was scratched was that I was obviously getting fat. You ate more, so put on a lot of weight, which was not just pure fat. It formed a water deposit on my stomach, which made me look visually very thick. This is similar for other adolescents I know and who have been taking Seroquel for a long time. About three weeks ago I was released from my last inpatient stay. There I met several patients who get Seroquel. If you observe their eating behavior at lunch, you come to the conclusion that the shovels like something else. The worst part is that you are powerless even if you make less (that means normal).