4 Aug 2009
Quetiapine works by blocking dopamine and serotonin receptors in the brain.
These chemicals are thought to play a role in regulating mood. The way they work is not completely understood.
- Quetiapine Information for Consumers
- Quetiapine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Quetiapine (detailed)
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Everything with my Bipolar Disorder Type 1 is under control, no swings, mania, depression, dual episodes, etc excluding the obsessive-compulsive ...
7 answers • 5 Oct 2011
My doctors office cut me off all my meds because of no insurance an i am struggling very badly i have chronic thoughts of suicide an even attemted it ...
8 answers • 10 Mar 2012
Female patient, 48 years; three weeks in treatment with quetiapine that begins with dermatologic rush 24 hs after the addition of 10 mg or ...
2 answers • 4 Jun 2012
He tells me that he still feels like he needs something, like a cigarette, every minute of the day.
1 answer • 6 Dec 2013
I get paronide but also have bad lows and difficulty sleeping? I see that quetiapine makes you sleepy but how would it affect my mind on 50mg a day ...
2 answers • 23 Feb 2014