Liver value increase effect of Seroquel

We have 791 consumer reports for Seroquel. Liver value increase effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Liver value increase side effect for Seroquel


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Seroquel Circle Diagram 4 consumers of 791 reported about Liver value increase

  1. Eddie G. Lynn says:
    3.5 rating

    Seroquel for Sleep disorders

    For years, the only drug I could sleep again. Suffering from chronic sleep disorders. Disadvantages slight weight gain, morning dizziness in the head, liver enzymes and and increased cholesterol. The drug will increase Alzheimer’s. Will take 4 years to try to switch to another drug, since I’m already over 70

  2. 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.

  3. Paula A. Draughn says:
    5.0 rating

    Seroquel for Bipolar disorder; Sleep disorders; Depression

    Seroquel prolong (300mg) has given me a fairly balanced mood, but my liver values have deteriorated so much that my doctor has recommended immediate discontinuation. The subsequent withdrawal / withdrawal symptoms were however fierce. With nausea to vomiting, roller coaster ride in the brain (strong dizziness), shivering and freezing I spent about a week on the sofa, barely able to get up and eat or drink something, even water I vomited. The intake was unproblematic, except now and then very restless legs, but the discontinuation was the horror. Because of sleep disorders, a smaller dose (50 or 100mg) was again used, but discontinued due to inefficiency after some time. Here, too, but only three or four days but still violent dizziness associated with equally severe nausea with vomiting and tremendous weakness. Slow down is recommended!