I take 300mg Seroquel at night along with various other meds.I have noticed if I miss 2 or more doses of seroquel,my bones ache very bad,along with the most common itching & extreme sleeplessness.Have recently had blood work & there were no abnormalities.Just wanted to know if anyone else has experienced this &/or if its normal.(Whatever that is... )
I would ask you why are you missing does of your meds in the first place? They are prescribed for a reason, & apparently you don't take them as prescribed so you are going to have problems. These type of meds are not something you play around with at all. Please take them as prescribed & you shouldn't have the problems you are having. You are causing yourself more grief by not following directions. Of course we can all forget to take our meds now & then, but it sounds like this must be a regular thing for you. I would suggest putting your meds in a certain place at what ever time of day you are suppose to take it that you normally do at the same time like brushing your teeth, or if you eat at a particular time, put your pills in a spot you cannot miss them like next to your toothbrush. If you take it at bedtime, what ever is the last thing you do before bed, place them there & so forth. You get the idea. Hope this helps... Mary
Wow i thought I was the only one it happened to. Yes it makes you itch really bad at times. Usually if i am off of it a week I really start itching. So bad that I draw blood. After a month it was completely out of my system and the itching stopped. I suggest not missing a disease unless you have no choice at all.
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