Aggressiveness effect of Seroquel

We have 791 consumer reports for Seroquel. Aggressiveness effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Aggressiveness side effect for Seroquel


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5′ 11″

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Seroquel Circle Diagram 11 consumers of 791 reported about Aggressiveness

  1. Anita L. McManus says:
    2.0 rating

    Seroquel for Hebephrenia; Polytoxicomania; Borderline; Psychosis; Depression

    – underneath risperdal – stiffness of the neck, palpitations, fatigue, aggressiveness – after lowering of the risperdal mirror (due to strong weight gain refusal of medication by patients) – under cibralex – nausea vomiting very changeable mood – under seroquel – at the beginning delusional disorders, muscle twitching (facial expression), after restlessness phases doubled in the evening drug; ennorme weight gain in the first half of the year over 30 kilos after 10 kilos; medication now 400; in spite of diet rich in fiber, the overweight remains; elevated liver values have been proven; disturbances in concentration in the afternoon are very marked, as well as facial muscle twitching in conjunction with a high degree of aggravation; ask for my part: is this a biblical disorder ??

  2. Fernando P. Sawyer says:
    3.0 rating

    Seroquel for Psychosis

    makes you dissatisfied, and aggressive. Weary and ill-tempered. especially the abdomen assumes a level of 9 months of pregnancy. Of course, this is always under the condition of the hospital stay to see. The patient is treated as if he were not a human, but an animal to which one affirms affectionately. The full effects of the psychotropic drugs are considered a disease by the staff and psychiatrists. or dismissed as not so bad and basically always pushed on the patient.

    Side effects: Aggressiveness