I take 600mg of seroquel at night before bed. When I do this I have to go straight to bed. I can not swallow,talk and my body is immobile. Just recently I went back to work. My work involves a lot of driving. For some reason I am unable to drive without severe panic attacks that take at least 20 minutes to get under control. It has been over 8yrs since I last had an uncontrolable panic attack. I have taken CBT and DBT. It is very rare that I have this trouble anymore. It just recently began since being on Seroquel for 3 wks. Can it be related to the Seroquel?
I am sorry you are experiencing these symptoms. Is your tongue ever swollen when you can't swallow or talk? It sounds like you are having a very bad allergic reaction to the Seroquel. Yes I think it could all be related to the Seroquel, have you relayed this to your doctor?? Maybe an appointment now asap. In the meantime if your take Benedryal and the symptoms get better at night, then it is an allergic reation. Always talk to your doctor FIRST. Good luck to you!
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