... night and the side effects of quetiapine were ten times worse and when i took it of the side effects passed. Was this just a coinsidence nurses dont seem to know, its not in their blue book
30 Sep 2011
When I quit smoking, I assumed I needed the highest dose because I was up to 2 packs a day. When I used the 14mg patch I got very dizzy nauseated, & sick feeling. As soon as I took it off I was ok too. I cut mine in half (I'll get some flack here) & used 1/2 of one & it didn't do that to me.I have not smoked in 7 years, & even got off the patches after a few days instead of weeks & weeks. Mind over matter. Keep a toothpick you can put in your mouth & fumble with It really helps. Good luck with your great endeavor. I do not know what your med is, but if your nurse didn't think they should react then it was probably just the patch itself.
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