Libido loss effect of Seroquel

We have 791 consumer reports for Seroquel. Libido loss effect occurred in 3%.

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Seroquel Circle Diagram 26 consumers of 791 reported about Libido loss

  1. Keith N. Conner says:
    5.0 rating

    Seroquel for Perceptual disorders

    Hello dear suffering enjoyed in and comrades. No, I do not come from the former GDR, which would have to give me the chosen word jargon. I am a strong guy, in his mid-thirties, who has been taking the neuroleptic Seroquel for 10 years now. The concomitants are manifold. I previously weighed 85 kg at 1.90. Now the Seroquel and I have arrived at 115 kg in our 10 year old friendship, a good 30 kg more. This increase in weight manifests itself in a water and tissue fluid accumulation on the bellies. So I am visually pregnant and one assumes that I will overdo it with the evening beer. Furthermore, you should do some sports. That this with the sport is not so easy to implement, probably due to the inertia that prepares me the Quetiapin. Therefore, losing weight will probably remain a pious wish. Now to the other side effects briefly summarized: Sleep requirement of at least 10 hours, no more libido available, an erection is very difficult to get, partial loss of the previously existing self-confidence in this regard! Occasional tipping, in the form of amnesia and short unconsciousness during the day, but only for a fraction of a second, driving a feeling like being on a train, emotionally dying, difficulty remembering names and things. Why I still hold on to Seroquel I can tell you: My obsessive thoughts are gone, I can stand alone, I have no more casino and waste addiction, I am more positive towards people and I see women no longer as moaning sex object, but as People who are emotionally close to me and take me as I am. I think that Seruquel has saved my life and that by using this remedy in combination with Opipramol and Cipralex I no longer see life as a threat and the daily routine as terror, but finally find time and leisure, the really important beautiful things of life to have met. Love mentally distressed, there is nothing in life, especially not with neuroleptics and antidepressants. This medication can improve your life, but only if you can deal with the side effects as a necessary evil and get a positive attitude towards those.

  2. Betty W. McClure says:
    4.5 rating

    Seroquel for Psychosis

    Seroquel helps me to live with my psychosis. Helps me to distinguish between illusion / voices and reality. But has NW, NW, NW … I have in the 1st year Seroquel almost 60kg! increased. One kg more each week! At first insane hunger, could eat without end. I pulled the food brake after 2 months, in vain. Seroquel made me lethargic, indifferent, fat. In the 2nd year I got diabetes type II, Who wonders? With diabetes, its companion: high cholesterol and triglycerin levels. Only the blood pressure is correct (so straight). I am restricted in movement due to another previous illness. Can barely walk, just stand there for a moment. Seroquel came, my libido (lust from sex) went. My menstruation too. In between, I stopped the medication for 1 year, unfortunately all NW remained, the psychosis became stronger. Now I am on Seroquel Prolong for 2 months, 50% of the Seroquel dose. Let’s see. Because of the strong unwanted NW, I was once switched to Truxal, total failure: I continued to + had teeth chattering day and night, did not go. Abilify was also tried: had a terrible flashback, did not help. Risperdal was pure horror at the setting (worst stomach cramps, vomiting up to 6 times a day, after 3 weeks it was ok, after 3 months breast milk shot in, I dripped like ice at 30 ° C. I was not pregnant, so it stayed that way at Seroquel.

  3. Ruth K. Acosta says:
    4.5 rating

    Seroquel for Borderline

    Both drugs (Cipralex and Seroquel) were prescribed to me at the same time. Both were rapidly increased in dosage (Cipralex to 20mg and Seroquel to 50mg), but brought only slight improvement. Fairly severe side effects, especially total exhaustion, fatigue, weight gain, complete libido loss, extremely intense dreams, sweat attacks. Catastrophic withdrawal symptoms when not taking Cipralex for 5 days (dizziness, tinnitus, acute nausea, headache, irritability, etc.).

  4. Calvin B. Zullo says:
    4.0 rating

    Seroquel for Sleep disorders

    I let myself go with seroquell, had 100 mg at night, had sexual distress, could and needed 2 hours to wake up, had problems in the relationship, took nothing seriously, had extreme potency problems, with THC I started to hear stims, my own from the tv or radio, I was just ahead of spin, no appetite, no hunger, very much thirsty, simply AN SEROQUELL ONLY GONE MONEY, MEDICAMENT IS DOOF ENTUMIN I TAKE FOR LONG, NO SIDE EFFECTS, SEXUAL ACTIVE, EVERYTHING ENTUMIN THE BEST IS, BUT WAS AGAINST ME FROM THE AERTS, BECAUSE TOO OLD, I TAKE AGAIN ENTUMIN, NOW IS BETTER AT SEROQUELL, I HAVE BEEN GOING, NOT WASHED, AND EVERYTHING WAS NEVER WATCHING TO SEE ANY RATE TO TAKE THAT OUT THINK IT GOES A GOOD, BUT IT IS NOT SO MAKES RELATIONSHIPS BOUGHT

  5. Dana L. Sharpe says:
    3.0 rating

    Seroquel for Sleep disorders; Depression

    extreme tiredness, leaden heaviness, do not get up in the morning, tachycardia, lethargy, forgetfulness, sexual aversion; constant freezing with cold spells that does not disappear through heat,

  6. Diane C. Lee says:
    4.0 rating

    Seroquel for Psychosis

    With several years of taking Seroquel continuous, progressive decline in libido, severe sexual dysfunction. Slight weight gain with Seroquel, strong weight gain (10 kg) since additional treatment with Risperdal, since then also missed menstruation.