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What happens when you take seroquel with alcohol?

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Psyched 9 Jun 2010

Alcohol should be avoided when taking Seroquel because the alcohol has a tendency to increase the side effects of Seroquel; especially anxiety, seizures, agitation and extrapyramidal symptoms (which are similar to tremors, muscle rigidity, and Parkinson's type movements). Hope this helps.

Anonymous 19 Feb 2012

Hello chelse89. You'll possibly, likely be very sedated. Your cognitive and motor skills/ability will be impaired. In other words, one drink will feel more like you've had two or three. Best of wishes to you,pledge free discount card

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