Yes Seroquel can cause rapid heart beat as a side effect on occasion and Klonopin if discontinued too abruptly as it is also used as an anti-convulsant then has the potential to cause seizures and there are still many options as to medications that could potentially be used to treat bipolar but only a psychiatrist would understand the specifics. Do a search phrase with the name of your state then "Department of Mental Health Services" (if I post the link it might not go through). Then from there go to that website and see if they might potentially be able to assist you in finding an appropriate referral. NAMI is a good organization and there is one in each state as well and they might be able to help as well.
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Is there a general doctor you could go to? It is better than nothing. If you do some research as to the different medications you can try and go in with a suggestion that will help a lot. There are a lot of atypical antipsychotics such as risperadol, invega, you've tried seroquel, geodone, ziprexa (although weight gain and cost are a factor) and abilify (cost may be a factor). There are also the mood stabilizers such as lamotrigine and depakote that may be useful. Lamotrigine is an easy one because it doesn't need blood tests. Make sure you titrate up slowly as it can cause a rash that can be fatal (although that is very very very rare) and titrating up seems to prevent that.
I need a combination of medications. I am on lamotrigine for a mood stabilizer, Geodone as an antipsychotic (it isn't the best but I had bad side effects on the others), and low dose (50mg) trazodone for sleep. It is also a mild antidepressant. It took me three years to find a combination that worked.
I am sorry you do not have access to proper medical care. I hope you can work with a general doctor to get some help.