Did you go over this with your doc? Otherwise how do you know you have heart problems?
You sent me a note, but I guess it's about this post. You don't describe the heart problems you're having. You don't say why you were on antibiotics or how long you were on them. You don't say how long you were on Seroquel or why you were put on it. This is an anxiety forum, but those aren't anti-anxiety drugs, so are you taking other meds for anxiety? Do you suffer from anxiety? I'm assuming, as the above post is, that if you think you're having heart problems you've seen a cardiologist? You've been diagnosed? Did the heart problems start right after you started taking the antibiotics or the Seroquel? Both of these drugs have a ton of potential side effects, but they are taken for very different reasons obviously. What bacterial infection were you on the antibiotics for? Seroquel is used for all kinds of things it isn't supposed to be used for, these days it's used more for an unwanted side effect of sedation than for it's intended usage. Also, it's not a drug you want to stop abruptly, you want to taper off of it as slowly as necessary to prevent withdrawals just as you need to for any drug used to treat mental illness. You also can't quit an antibiotic abruptly unless you absolutely have to because that can lead to antibiotic resistant infections. But again, Seroquel isn't a primary drug for anxiety and antibiotics don't treat anxiety either, though both drugs can cause anxiety in some people. Now, it's unnecessary to get into all these questions here, they're better asked of your medical professionals, because they're the ones who we have to assume you're seeing for your heart problem if you indeed have one. But without knowing any details, nobody here can provide any advice, either.
Hello, welcome to the Anxiety forum. Seroquel can interact with some antibiotics such as clarithromycin. We aren't sure what antibiotic you have been on or if heart issues are a specific side effect for the Seroquel as it is also listed in their literature. You should speak to your prescribing doctor for evaluation and we hope you let us know what they say. Here is an overview : https://www.webmd.com/drugs/2/drug-4718/seroquel-oral/details and some specifics http://www.drugsdb.com/rx/seroquel/seroquel-drug-interactions/
We wish you the best of health and welcome to MedHelp.
How are you monitoring your heart rate at night? Are you guessing or actually checking it?