I just want to know if I were to take 50mg seroquel frequently, is it just a sleep seditive or a sleep seditive narcotic? Is seroquel a narcotic?? Main question here again, IS ANY DOSAGE OF SEROQUEL OR SEROQUEL ITSELF A "NARCOTIC?" Or what they call a "controlled substance?" Is seroquel a narcotic and controlled substance? Or is seroquel just a plain perscribed sleep medication that is none of the above questions? Please help me figure this "pill classification" out. Thanks much, Manda
No seroquel is not a narcotic. Nor is it controlled. Then again its not primarily a sleep medication. It is a second generation anti psychotic. A side effect will help you sleep.
- Seroquel Information for Consumers
- Seroquel Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Seroquel (detailed)
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