Is seroquel a narcotic and if it is what is it classified as?
Question posted by fjones33 on 14 Oct 2013
Last updated on 29 June 2017 by DudeWithJordans
No, not a narcotic. While in and following a stay in rehab I was prescribed to take One (1) One Hundred (100)mg Quetiapine Fumarate (aka Seroquel) each night for sleep. It is classified as an Antipsychotic, but is often used to help with problems sleeping being as becoming tired is a side effect of the drug.
I wanted to now if Seroquel is a narcotic and if so what does it do and what is it helpful for and what it's side effects i have a lite tolerants for medication please let me now ASAP please.
Seroquel is classified as an antipsychotic drug. No it is not a narcotic, opioid or controlled substance.
No, its not a narcotic or a scheduled drug.
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