... weight bare footed on floor. Wondering if I have developed alcoholic neuropathy or neuropathy caused from taking low does seroquel. I tried quitting alcohol and reducing seroquel but still no change- maybe it takes more than three weeks? I also changed shoes and the only ones I can wear are about 2" thick. I used to have the same problem in the right foot after a bunion ectomy damaged some nerves but that foot is ok. I was told I was rather flat footed and given orthotics which just made the bottoms of my toes hurt and didnt really help.
I have neuropathy due to alcohol for the past 3 years. It does not go away. I have not had a drink since diagnosed 3 years ago. You need to go to a doctor and get a proper diagnosis first and then get treatment. If it is due to alcohol. you need to quit, so it does not get worse.
- Seroquel Information for Consumers
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