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Re: going back to bipolar medications

Posted by linkadge on October 12, 2010, at 17:34:40

In reply to Re: going back to bipolar medications linkadge, posted by morgan miller on October 12, 2010, at 15:23:13

>I think you are one of the positive responders >to Seroquel.

I'm not going to get into an argument about how many people do well on seroquel and who don't, thats beyond the scope of anybody here. With any psychiatric medication, there will be those who respond well and those who don't.

>I hear of many people feeling drained and >lifeless on it. A customer at work was only >taking 50 and he said it makes him sleep for 12 >hours and leaves him incoherent for several >hours after he wakes up.

Well, I personally don't recomend more than 25mg but, whatever works (or doesn't for ya).

>But you are right that many other people have >benefited from Seroquel. I would personally >prefer waiting 6 weeks to get relief than to get >immediate relief from a drug that I and I know >many others believe is more invasive than most >SSRIs, specifically Lexapro and Zoloft.

Well thats great. If you can manage to wait 6 weeks than you're not dealing with severe GAD IMHO.

There really are no safe meds. My neighbours endo said that zoloft long term use w. weight gain probably caused her diabetes. I didn't sleep more than 2 hours at a time for a month on zoloft. The relative safety margin is largely dependant on your own individual reaction to a medication.





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