Circulatory problems effect of Seroquel

We have 791 consumer reports for Seroquel. Circulatory problems effect occurred in 2%.

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Seroquel Circle Diagram 13 consumers of 791 reported about Circulatory problems

  1. Angela C. Smith says:
    5.0 rating

    Seroquel for Post-traumatic stress disorder

    I got Seroquel in combination with Tavor because of my DIS. At some point then had 50 mg Reatard for the night without Tavor and everything. Now after weaning I have very strong itching all over my body and on the scalp. It is almost unbearable. I really hope it will go away soon. Because only because, I will definitely not start again. If necessary, I can take a seroquel, but because of itching, I would not call now need. I hope it stops quickly. During the Seroquel therapy, I suffered a lot from my weight gain. It was really 15 kilos that came to it, despite not much food. In addition, it was often impossible for me to get out of bed punctually because I was in such a deep sleep phase that I did not feel well in the morning. It has already made sense by being able to sleep soundly and feeling subdued, but in the long run it’s just not going to be easy if you can keep yourself stable

  2. Leroy J. Alfaro says:
    4.5 rating

    Seroquel for Anxiety disorders

    I have been prescribed Seroquel XR 200mg and Cipralex 10mg for inpatient treatment in 2009 for a depressive anxiety disorder (burn-out). I then lowered the dose soon, to 1 Cipralex in the morning and half a Seroquel (therefore 100mg) in the evening. Seroquel has a good sleep-inducing effect, and one is reasonably fit the next day. One of the side effects of Cipralex’s Seroquel and / or (?) Has been / is that the sexual desire goes down to zero. In 2016 I tried to sell Seroquel for the first time. I did it abruptly, and the side effects were serious: itching, headache, raging thoughts (like electrically charged), but above all, no sleep at night !! After a few days, I gave up annoyed. Now that the urologist, who introduced me for sexual listlessness, confirmed to me in February 2017 that I had catastrophically low levels of testosterone and did not rule out Seroquel’s (co-) guilty, I took a fresh approach, Sneaking out Seroquel, but this time wiser: I have the doctor prescribe me the 50mg Seroquel XR. I took this about 2 weeks, then I shared the tablet (ie 25 mg), again over 2 weeks. Everything went smoothly. Yesterday (May 12, 2017) I zeroed for the first time, but struggled with massive breakdown disruptions during the night. Therefore, I will divide the 25 mg again (as best I can) and crawl out with 12.5 mg for another week. I hope that it will finally work with this reduced amount to get rid of the drug. Nevertheless, I believe that Seroquel has helped to get over difficult times; the settling does not seem to be easy! 2 weeks later: Hello you, I have, as I said above, with 12.5 mg of Seroquel XR (= a quarter tablet with 50 mg) for 2 more weeks sneaked out, but on 25 May 2017 was then over, so 0 Seroquel , Despite such a low dose: Already at 4.30 am I got lively and could hardly sleep on. Other side effects: itching of the skin, circulatory problems, nausea and, as I said, breakdown. Although this has improved today (after 11 days), sleeping still causes problems. I did not think that settling would be so difficult, but now I’m glad to be able to dump the remaining Seroquel in the bin. Like my doctor, to whom I have described the weaning problems, but rightly says: There are phases of such psychological difficulties, in which one has to accept the side effects simply. And anyway: if a drug is to have effects, then it always has (unwanted) side effects. In the sense: nevertheless for Seroquel positive opinion! But please only after consultation with the doctor and only extremely slowly creep out !!

  3. Raleigh B. Bailey says:
    3.5 rating

    Seroquel for Sleep disorders

    I was given in the clinic Seroquel because of my sleep disorders. I could not really sleep from it, but was just dizzy. My circulation became completely unstable and I fainted several times. Other side effects included dry mouth, constipation and cravings. For me, the side effects clearly outweighed the effects. However, I must also say that the drug was overdosed and not crept in, which has unnecessarily increased the side effects at the beginning of the treatment.

  4. James J. Woodworth says:
    3.0 rating

    Seroquel for Depression

    I have been taking Seroquel since 6 months and have to say that on the whole it helped me a lot. However, I had circulatory problems during the first few weeks after taking it in the evening when I got up at night, and depending on when you get up too fast during the day. In addition, I had strong thoughts of suicide in the first few weeks and then really tried to kill myself. But happy way I was found. After this difficult phase, they have finally worked and it helps me get my depression under control.

  5. Kristie J. Malone says:
    4.5 rating

    Seroquel for Bipolar disorder

    It took a long time for the drug to work, and I never got symptom-free, yet it makes it much easier to deal with the disease. In the evening I get the normal, non-retarded Seroquel and in the morning Seroquel prolong. The doctors opted for this Theapie, because I also suffer from significant sleep disorders. At first, each dose increase helped me to sleep better, but after a few days my body had become used to it, so I can not really sleep better despite the relatively high dose. Since taking Seroquel, I’ve gained a lot of weight and memory problems, and my performance has been severely impaired. At the beginning of the intake, I also had circulatory problems, but these have subsided after a few weeks.

  6. Mildred D. Kieffer says:
    4.0 rating

    Seroquel for Borderline; Sleep disorders; Depression

    Side effect Seroquel: heavy weight gain, heavy addiction (already after one week of use), lethargy, circulatory problems / breakdowns; Secondary reaction Tavor: no side effect Citalopram ratiopharm: only at the beginning of therapy: severe restlessness; only on discontinuation of therapy: severe restlessness, dizziness, malaise, poor reaction time, blurred vision, dry mouth, as if packed in cotton; Side effects Citalopram: only at the beginning of therapy: very strong clockness, dizziness, nausea, blurred vision, increased blood pressure, nervousness, dry mouth; Side-effects during weaning: inner restlessness, malaise, withdrawal symptoms;

  7. Geraldine J. Milliken says:
    4.5 rating

    Seroquel for Bipolar disorder

    I was prescribed Seroquel Prolong for bipolar disorder with episodes of depression during the depressive episode. I had a prolonged depressive episode of panic attacks and constant fear behind me, and then was in a hypomanic phase (unable to sleep, highly concentrated, extremely quick thinking and talking, constant desire for sex) when I was referred to the neurologist / psychiatrist. This prescribed me first 50mg Seroquel (1 tablet in the evening). Since this did not bring the desired result we increased to 100 mg (2 tablets in the evening), after which I had constant mood changes (sometimes several times a day from depressed with suicidal thoughts to totally euphoric, which was extremely stressful and exhausting). Then the dose was increased again to 200 mg (1 tablet in the evening) and since then I remain largely spared the mood swings, I am much calmer and can finally concentrate on my studies again without constantly changing depressive-impulsive-overwhelmed / euphoric feeling hectic-overjoyed. On the first day of use, I had violent circulatory problems, which was repeated at the time of dosing with each new dose for one to two days, but was already predicted by my doctor. Another side effect especially at the beginning was an incredible fatigue and the inability to leave the warm bed in the morning, because somehow you have a strange sense of time. But that can be done very well, if you consistently take the medication and have found his right time, when to take the tablet, so you are in the morning right awake (for me the best time is about 9 o’clock in the evening, but that you have to try as I said). In addition, it is important in my opinion always to take the tablet as accurately as possible at the same time, then one is hardly tired during the day. Furthermore, I have with Seroquel incredibly vivid and long-lasting dreams, which is an advantage for beautiful dreams, in nightmares but just very disturbing, because sometimes dream and reality can not tell apart (I dreamed, for example, from my everyday life and forgot important things to do, since I had already done so in a dream and believed I would have done things already). Apart from that, I have since gained Seroquel Prolong about 3 kg in 8 months, but can also be due to unhealthy lifestyle (I eat a lot of sweets and do not do a lot of sports). Maybe my cravings for sweets have become a bit bigger since Seroquel Prolong, but he was already there before that. All side effects except for the extremely lively dreams (that started only with 200mg) did not change or worsen during the dosage. Everything else was 50mg as well as now with 200mg. All in all, the drug brings me a large part of my lost quality of life again and that weighs the few side effects I feel really more than on.