Seroquel for Dissociative disturbance treatment

We have 791 consumer reports for treatment of Dissociative disturbance with Seroquel. Dissociative disturbance used in 1% of cases.

Patients statistics on Dissociative disturbance for Seroquel


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Seroquel Circle Diagram 8 consumers of 791 reported about Dissociative disturbance

  1. Brent C. Sherburne says:
    3.0 rating

    Seroquel for Dissociative disturbance

    At the beginning I took Seroquel prolong 100 mg in the evening. I was very slowed down. Was only tired. I felt like someone put the handbrake on me. That did not get much better with only 50 mg. Now I take 50 mg of Seroquel without this prolong. Also in the evening. My tiredness and listlessness is not that strong anymore.

    Side effects: Increase in weight; Fatigue
  2. Salvador M. Queen says:
    4.0 rating

    Seroquel for Dissociative disturbance; Mood swings; Borderline; Sleep disorders; Depression

    Seroquel 100mg help very well with my sleep disorders. Unfortunately, this tired-making side effect makes it impossible to take Seroquel over the day against mood swings and over-stimulation. Thank Heaven Seroquel Prolong is now. It works great and I have no side effects. Even less appetite I got. You take it for the night and you are fit the next day and yet it acts like a filter and has a mood-balancing effect. I’ve had many types of neuroleptics and many, many side effects. Especially I suffered from the feeling of being restless and immured and depressed. I do not have it all with Seroquel. I sleep like a baby from the normal Seroquel and am symptom-relieved during the day by the Seroquel Prolong 250mg. Unfortunately it is so unbelievably expensive …. How should psychiatrists do their patients justice when the better-effective drugs with fewer side-effects go beyond the budget ?!

    Side effects: No side effects
  3. Ramona N. Maloy says:
    4.5 rating

    Seroquel for Dissociative disturbance

    Take Seroquel (200 mg) since a hospital stay last year, while still taking Seroquel prolong (500mg), Sertraline (150mg) and Lyrica (500mg) for various indoor personalities. In the beginning I felt especially the nausea and took off first (8 kg), but then followed the cravings and strong weight gain (about 20 kg). Now at least I stop the unrestrained Seroquel and especially feel the nausea very strong, can hardly eat or drink anything, even water is difficult. However, I have to say that the drug worked very well with me, I was calmer and in combination with the other medis were also the fears and panic attacks down significantly. But I would still not recommend it mainly because of the weight gain and I’m glad if I withdrew it.