i'm on seroquel i was doing good on it and lexapro ..........seroquel 200 mgs now i'm up to 400 ......... lexapro is awesome i was great for many years, seroquel is ok but my doc wants me to switch to zoloft for lexapro and not sure about the quell
I've been on 25 mg of Seroquel for two weeks now. The first week was rough, extremely drowsy, foggy. Now--in the second week--I seem to be doing just fine. I am the most calmest I've ever been in years. But I will give it 30 days to make an assessment.
Tried it and felt it was fine. Felt rather calm and 'safe' - if that makes sense - the next morning. Should take at night I think, as it can make one feel drowsy.
Didn't feel any pressing issues when I was on it, not anxious about normal things like I can be, but not apathetic either. (I still want to 'feel' and be artistic!) Still have it around, take it when I need a good nights sleep. Seemed ok to go on and off as well.. No side effects other than a heaviness the first couple of days. Liked it. :)
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