Concentration difficulties effect of Seroquel

We have 791 consumer reports for Seroquel. Concentration difficulties effect occurred in 2%.

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  1. Thomas I. Orr says:
    3.5 rating

    Seroquel for Obsessive compulsive disorder; Depression

    After taking Seroquel, I am very tired, weak, exhausted and completely powerless and listless. I have very strong headaches and dizziness. Zero quality of life !! In addition, that I now suffer from Fressattaken sing indescribably sing, have in 2 weeks 6 kg. increased. I need 14 hours of sleep now, can not concentrate at all, have word-finding problems and speech problems. In addition, hunger hunger for sweet and greasy alternated. Everyone has to try it out for themselves and try it out, but it did not help me, I got a fat bacon belly and massive erectile dysfunction as well as increased eye and head pressure. From today I take the devil’s stuff NO MORE.

  2. Irene B. Osborne says:
    4.5 rating

    Seroquel for Bipolar disorder

    What should one say. I’ve been taking Seroquel for years, but I always put it on my own foot because I just could not handle the side effects. I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder 2 years ago and was on 200 mg of Seroquel. A short time later I dropped it off and my life remained a roller coaster. Recently I decided to interrupt the threatened mania with Seroquel, which was also (almost) successful. I only had hypomanic fluctuations from time to time. So it was effective. But I am still struggling against the constant fatigue, headache, slowing down of thinking, concentration problems and apathy – and that at just 150 mg. I can not exceed this value at all, because otherwise I sleep as much as 16 h. In addition, I have also developed massive memory problems, forget the simplest things, I suffer from nightmares and I have after a certain time this tightness in the chest. The side effects are simply unacceptable to me, so I guess I’ll be taking the drug back, with the risk of falling into depression, which still makes me less apathetic than Seroquel does. I can only recommend this medication as an acute medication, although it has been approved since 2008 as a prophylactic. I have no experience with other neuroleptics, but I assume it is much worse.

  3. Rose S. Montoya says:
    5.0 rating

    Seroquel for Bulimia

    Quetiapine (Seroquel) was prescribed for my eating disorder. I would be interested to know if someone who suffers from an eating disorder has also been prescribed this medication and if or how it worked for him / her. Anyway, the mood is probably brightened because you sleep better. Unfortunately, I slept SO so much that I could not hear anything from the day, conversations could only follow with the utmost effort, reading a book was impossible. Due to the total lack of energy, the depression (every movement is exhausting, I’m so tired) and my fears (can I make it to the train station?) Have increased significantly. In addition, in my opinion, I have had more binging, which means that this medicine against bulimia even VERSCHLIMMERND acts. I also did not always sleep well and I think that’s why I smoked so much more. I only had negative experiences with bulimia / depression. How did you feel about that?

  4. Eric T. Hahn says:
    5.0 rating

    Seroquel for Concentration disorders

    So with me, I can describe the psychological effect of Seroquel as follows: I had almost no ideas. This had many other consequences, ultimately it has led over the weeks in the listlessness. As for emotional life, I came across a “glass ceiling” in terms of developing feelings on the upper level. I could not laugh anymore, the sexual experience was completely gone, the musical experience was limited. Since I have always come across a glass ceiling emotionally, when I wanted to laugh, to a relentless and very annoying barrier. (At the bottom, this barrier did not exist, fear, despair, grief, everything possible without restriction.) Other antipsychotics were worse and had other disadvantages. But even a lesser evil is still an evil, Seroquel was a bad drug experience. Besides, I was slowed down. That bothered me less. But it was nice to see how I get better and better in table tennis during the wash-out (gradual withdrawal within 10 days) 🙂 The fatigue was not a problem. I practically slept through the first 3 days of Seroquel. Then the tiredness slowly went away and after 10 days I had a normal need for sleep of 9 hours and was not tired during the day. Since then I have noticed the above-mentioned side effects only. After 4 weeks, it did not even look as if it was sleeping. Dose: There were 400 mg of Seroquel Prolong