... this stuff?
In future you might get a more positive response if you say: "I was prescribed such and such with x dosage and my leg fell off. Has anyone else heard of this happening?"
People might respond with: That's unusual or it's listed as a known severe side effect etc etc.
Please don't say "I can't believe doctors prescribe this stuff". It's irresponsible. Why wouldn't Doctors prescribe it when it works for so many people; just not for you?
Judging by some of the responses and questions hereto, along with the grammar, I am deeply concerned about the on and off mental confusion I am experiencing on Seroquel after only 4-5 days of using it. My edge in business and life was my intellect and though I can also feel a mental mood improvement, it waxes and wanes with the added confusion.
I am really tired of being a a guinea pig for the medication drug age simply because I am a hyper sensitive and creative person who cares deeply about other people.
- Seroquel Information for Consumers
- Seroquel Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Seroquel (detailed)
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