Headache effect of Seroquel

We have 791 consumer reports for Seroquel. Headache effect occurred in 6%.

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Seroquel Circle Diagram 49 consumers of 791 reported about Headache

  1. Carmen M. Church says:
    3.5 rating

    Seroquel for Delusion

    I took this medication for an evening instead of 300 mg, 1500 mg because I was in very bad shape. However, it did not get to me. I was very tired the next day, had a bad headache and talked very weird and then had to go to my doctor as an emergency. Hours later I felt better again. If you need to take this medicine, then only the prescribed dose.

  2. Elizabeth R. Huerta says:
    3.0 rating

    Seroquel for Aggressiveness; Depression

    It helped a bit in the beginning. Not at all anymore! I am looking urgently for a drug that restrains my aggression and severe depression but above all the aggression! Seroquel does not help! Greetings Sam

    Side effects: Headache; Dizziness
  3. Nick H. Martin says:
    4.5 rating

    Seroquel for A headache; Sleep disorders

    Venlafaxin beta 150 mg: mild gastrointestinal problems (diarrhea) in the first week, continued sleep-through problems, headache, dizziness Seroquel prlong 50mg: first week nausea, light-headedness, but slept better after 4 days, from week 2 less Kofschmerz and dizziness , 3 kg added within 3 weeks!

  4. Richard R. Andrews says:
    4.0 rating

    Seroquel for Psychological instability

    Relation problems caused extreme sleep disturbances, episodes of adrenaline, and depression as a result of exercise disorders. As a result, there were thought circles and thoughts of hopelessness. Only by the Seroquel 200mg evenings and 50mg noon in a clinic I could sleep again reasonably. Unfortunately, one is sedated the whole day and in the morning you do not get out of bed at all. Through intense outdoor training with friends, the vicious circle could be interrupted and I have within 2 weeks, the Seroquel discontinued. Replacement drug: beer for the night. After-effects are still dizziness, blurred vision. But you wake up in the morning without being constantly sleepy. I hope that the after-effects diminish over time.

  5. 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.

  6. Shirley R. Strode says:
    4.0 rating

    Seroquel for Mania; Mood swings

    hallihallo 🙂 I got seroquel prolong in my clinic stay, initially in the dose strength 50mg! I immediately got the above-mentioned signs, which became worse by increasing the dosage to increase the dose! With me every 2-3 days in 50mg steps increased! Until I reached 300mg! I interrupted the seroquel therapy because the side effects were unbearable! Target would have been about 600mg which would not have had a positive impact on me! the worst under seroquel prolong for me was the dazed or the confusion state, because I ran 2 times unintentionally against the door (hospital) and 3 times against a glass door! which was no longer solemn for me because the blue-purple-yellow spots were visible for almost 3 weeks! (The medication would have been intended for me about 1 year, but then I would certainly have no driver’s license in this permanent state! No matter what the doctors say, I would not have dared in this condition !!!: D) I got 2 Panic attacks by seroquel. (my first and hopefully last) in short I increased within a month about 12kg and could save me from almost no food cravings! I ate and I did not know if I had eaten, how much, how long, etc. I did not feel any saturation, I ate rations (mostly vegetables) and did not get satiety! on the subject of paptieneten and seroquel prolong. I had a girl on station that got seroquel because of self-harm and suicidal thoughts. she got 100mg seroquel prolong in the evening and in the morning cipralex. cipralex in the morning, therefore, because seroquel inhibits the serotonin intake and therefore the gift of cipralex to the mood! She reported panic attacks since taking! I also had a young boy on the ward who got seroquel because of social phobia, anxiety and depression. He in turn noticed nothing except concentration difficulty or deterioration, misting and fatigue! At home he got his doctor in 100mg steps (daily) seroquel up to a maximum dose of 600mg! He still did not notice much! It should be noted, however, that he is about 1.80m tall and weighs well over 100kg! my conclusion seroquel is mainly applied to: – schizophrenia – anxiety – mood changes (mania) …. I think the drug, in my opinion, feeble-minded because the effect of ergerlete should according to senior physicians and ward physician should be the humiliation! logically that one does not hear voices in schizophrenia and has fantasies when one is drenched! or, for example, with anxiety states that is also logical that you have only mitigated because by fogging you do not notice what happens! and in manie and mood changes I am also aware that this is suppressed by seroquel. because when you are fogged you can not get into the position of being hyperactive! I think everyone should have their own experience with it, because everyone has a different effect on the drug! I will certainly not take it let alone recommend it! LG loui

  7. Melinda P. Bohannon says:
    4.0 rating

    Seroquel for Sleep disorders; Depression

    I was diagnosed with depression with emotional instability and impulsivity at the beginning of the year. The diagnosis of depression was not new, including ih already suffered in 2010/2011; the rest is / was new. In addition to depression, I suffer from sleep disorders and examination phobia. Since then, I take 15 mg of citalopram every morning and have no side effects from this medication. It helps me with the depression as well as my phobia. I’m not sure about the phobia yet, because I have no exam situations at the moment. Things look different with the medications that help me with insomnia. First I got Seroquel 75 mg, at night. Here I had only side effects … Dizziness (especially in the morning), headaches, exciting breasts, weight gain, I have not come out of bed and was tired all day. Then I tried 50 mg Seroquel Retard with the hope it will get better. No, the side effects remained. Now I have mirtazapine for some days, first 7.5 mg. Mirtazapine is intended to support citalopram, as well as help with sleep disorders and examination phobia. Unfortunately, my weight continues to rise. I hope my weight levels up again, because so slowly the weight gain is the most depressing! If nothing changes until the next visit to the doctor, I have to talk to my psychiatrist again urgently. I would just like to take the citalopram and if need be raise it.

  8. Emma M. McDonough says:
    2.0 rating

    Seroquel for Bipolar disorder; Depression

    Sero: The first days I was extremely tired. I started with 50 mg, now 100 mg at night. In manic phases, I increase the dose. In the meantime, I have no more problems with getting up in the morning, enough to sleep 7 hours. Half an hour after taking fatigue, heaviness, tingling. But you get used to it and I have no more sleep problems since Seroquel. Have weight gain, irritability, dry mouth, tingling in legs. But must not come from the Seroquel. Have made with this drug good experience. Orfiril: lack of concentration, but only in the beginning. Have no problems Elontril: wait. I took it for the first time 4.5 hours ago. Headache, diarrhea, agitation, tension

  9. Virginia D. Brown says:
    4.0 rating

    Seroquel for Borderline; Depression

    I went to the specialist for depression, was prescribed Tritico in small doses, and was sent to psychiatric rehab for burnout. There, Borderline was diagnosed. Despite 4 years talk therapy, change of lifestyle, good previous knowledge in psychology, high Selbstreflexionagrad and sports etc. it did not get better. Therefore I tried it with a stationary stay or a turn of behavioral therapy. Because of sleep disturbances I have been prescribed Seroquel XR 50 there. I took that two years now and my condition got worse. Recently, I understand the connections, Seroquel XR is deposed and I feel much better. Incidentally, borderline was also a misdiagnosis.

  10. Melissa W. Elliott says:
    4.5 rating

    Seroquel for Bipolar disorder

    The drug I got last year because of stronger anxiety disorder (pronounced sociophobia) and depression for three months. It calms down, but it breaks down and I gained more than 30 kilos within the 3 months. At the time of discontinuation (slow culling over a month), only sleep disorders resulted. I sleep only 3 to 4 hours on average, but I do not reach. Because I twice had heavy surgery in the hospital twice this year, it was given high doses every time. Every time after return I put it down within a few days. There were pronounced side effects: – no sleep for several days – headache – hot flashes to a high fever – chills – weakness – respiratory problems – nausea, up to the next hospitalization, because I not even more innebehilt and dehydrated water. That went on for almost two weeks. Even with only a short recording (to help against sleep disorders), these settling side effects occur.

  11. 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 !!

  12. Gladys J. Bennett says:
    3.0 rating

    Seroquel for Borderline; Depression

    Extreme tiredness. Take 100mg Seroquel to the night and get up before 11:00 the next day only with difficulty from the bed. Otherwise, I still have a headache (very rarely had a headache before) and runny nose (started pretty well when I started using Seroquel – and still stops). Mild visual disturbances and dizziness only sometimes occur.

    Side effects: Headache; Dizziness; Fatigue
  13. Jermaine G. Lovett says:
    4.5 rating

    Seroquel for Psychosis

    Directly at the beginning of the treatment after approx. 1h extreme tiredness with heavy lead and tachycardia. The tachycardia has improved, the other not. Then a tingling sensation comes over me as if I get goose bumps and that even if I lie in the warm tub. For a few weeks, extreme cardiac arrhythmias have been added to the excitement. ECG was ok. For about a week, an extreme feeling of illness, pressure on my chest and headache, but this is not due to flu. Whether there is a connection with Seroquel still has to be clarified.

  14. Donald B. Hawkins says:
    4.5 rating

    Seroquel for Psychosis

    Dry mouth, tiredness / especially in the morning, dizziness, from time to time headache, especially at higher dose makes you feel empty, soft … bad Deposits after prolonged use. Especially suitable for psychotic properties during psychosis. The psychotic properties are relatively well shortly after taking. To prevent relapses of psychosis or depression, this drug must be taken for at least 1 year in a specific dose. To quickly saturate in acute phases, this drug is initially applied in a very high dose. This can be up to 1200 mg and higher. Especially for patients who have had bad experience with side effects with antidepressants, this drug is the first choice. Prolong retard drug consists of a retarded, so later-onset effect. The simple Seroquel releases its effect directly and is therefore particularly well-suited for fast application in case of attacks. If the drug is simply discontinued after prolonged use, there are strong signs of withdrawal up to the relapse of a pychosis. The dose should then not be increased back to the original dose, but should be increased slightly with only 50 mg normal Seroquel.