Seroquel for Mania treatment

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

Patients statistics on Mania for Seroquel

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
139.14
171.96

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
5′ 5″

Average age
32
34

Seroquel Circle Diagram 10 consumers of 791 reported about Mania

  1. Meghan E. Stephens says:
    2.0 rating

    Seroquel for Mania

    I have gained 12 kilos in eight weeks after taking a hot-hunger feeling, it takes away my laughter and my feelings, I sleep up to 13 hours a day and am always tired in the morning, lack of drive and no desire are no rarity. from the dosage I get 400 mg a day I have like a goose bump on the whole body it is unpleasant! I am ganicht satisfied with it no self-confidence more very very quiet not the old one!

  2. Lois A. Ledford says:
    4.5 rating

    Seroquel for Mania

    First had Seroquel and had only problems. I felt dizzy, just intoxicated. Had itching and water retention in the legs to do and finally came to swallowing problems and I almost suffocated. Now I get Ergenyl Chrono and I’m super clear. I am calmer and can better deal with my illness. My judgment is sharper and more critical. At the current level – I could imagine with the disease in support of the Ergenyl Chrono my quality of life and those of my environment (in connection with me) to be able to improve for me. I did not gain weight on both medications, lost 3kg, and did not get it again.

  3. 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

  4. Katherine M. Hawkins says:
    5.0 rating

    Seroquel for Concentration disorders; Mania

    Seroquel Prolong 400 mg, taken around 9 o’clock in the evening psychic effects: impairment of vitality, dynamism, determination, physical freshness, productivity, flow of ideas, imagination, mental agility and performance, inner freedom, etc. Everything seems slightly muted In the long run frustrating and hideous such a condition. I switched to another neuroleptic. That affected me even more. I stopped it and never used neuroleptics again. Regarding the mentality of thinking I have found non-drug-based ways to tackle it. Because of the depression, I take 300 mg valproate and 75 mg venlafaxine. But here too non-drug methods are more important than the drugs. Through non-drug methods, I develop myself personally. Sport is also physically healthy. The drugs lose their effect over time.

    Side effects: Sedation
  5. Meda D. Goodman says:
    4.0 rating

    Seroquel for Mania; Bipolar disorder; Sleep disorders

    I am 22 years old and was treated with Olanzapine (Zyprexa) due to psychosis (plus panic attacks and sleep disturbances), which made me hardly sleep for 14 hours and more after just 3 weeks. At the moment, Zyprexa’s blessing was bad. I thought I would never be able to be normal again and continue to push very tiring panic attacks every day. Then, as part of a psychotherapy, Bipolar Disorder was detected and I was put on Abilify and Sertraline (SSRI). After about 5 months, the sertraline was spilled out and since then I’m only taking Abilify. At manic times up to 15mg and at the moment only 5mg. At first I had extreme twitches from Abilify which bothered me as well as my boyfriend. The convulsions did not go away but you learn to live with them and they are less exhausting than living through a mania. By and large, I’m happy with my life, no panic attacks for 2 years and no depressive or manic phase since I started psychotherapy. Abilify helps me curb my thoughts, which usually go through my head like an extremely loud train. Less focused thoughts.