Seroquel for Perceptual disorders treatment

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

Patients statistics on Perceptual disorders for Seroquel

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
127.13
253.53

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
6′ 2″

Average age
30
36

Seroquel Circle Diagram 5 consumers of 791 reported about Perceptual disorders

  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. Alice A. Boles says:
    2.5 rating

    Seroquel for Perceptual disorders; Borderline; Psychosis

    At the beginning, when I started with 25 mg, I did not have any side effects, but starting with 150 mg myocardial tachycardia started. I lay in bed and could not fall asleep suddenly I noticed my pulse all over my body. Of course, I immediately took a sister who then also measured my heart rate and blood pressure and my heart rate, although I was already half an hour quietly in bed, was at 170 and my blood pressure was also greatly increased. I then immediately got a pulse and blood pressure lowering agent. That made me feel better too. This was then every evening so now I take 600 mg and from now on also Prolong. Until now, these side effects have not gotten better I hope by the prolong because without the drug, I can not manage my everyday life and everything else …

  3. Carolyn D. Verdin says:
    4.5 rating

    Seroquel for Perceptual disorders; Borderline

    The Seroquel is and remains the only drug that I tolerate completely side effect free and also has also struck. At times I was set to 400mg, now it is 300mg. I am thus more balanced and the irrational thoughts or perceptions have become much smaller. At the beginning and at the high dose, I was a little tired after taking the morning tablet, but not so that u200b u200bcaused me.

    Side effects: No side effects