Seroquel Pills Product Description
Seroquel belongs to a new generation of antipsychotic drugs, also known as atypical antipsychotic drugs. Unlike the old generation antipsychotics, Seroquel pills rarely cause extrapyramidal reactions, so it is preferable for the treatment of chronic mental pathologies such as:
Seroquel pills can also be used to prevent recurrent episodes of depression and stage II mania.
Seroquel effective dosing should consider other drug administration, previous treatment and severity of the disease. Seroquel tablets should be administered once or twice a day, at regular intervals. The initial recommended dose of Seroquel is 50 or 100 mg per day and can be gradually increased to 800 mg per day.
If only a few hours have passed after a missed dose of Seroquel, take the pill with the atypical antipsychotic as soon as possible. If you remember the missed dose of Seroquel in the evening, do not take the atypical antipsychotic at all. Return to the usual dosing schedule the next day.
Seroquel pills are intended for the treatment of psychiatric disorders in patients over 10 years of age. Seroquel alone is indicated as part of the combined antipsychotic program.
conditions for atypical antipsychotic Seroquel: room temperature between 15 ° and 30 ° C.
Although Seroquel causes fewer extrapyramidal reactions compared to other antipsychotic compounds, these risks cannot be completely ruled out. As a rule, reversible extrapyramidal effects may occur during the first weeks of application or due to a sudden increase in the daily dose of pills.
Information on the treatment of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, provided in this review of Seroquel, is for educational purposes only and should not be used in lieu of professional medical advice from a psychiatrist, psychotherapist or other health professional. The online pharmacy is not responsible for any loss or damage that occurs as a result of the use of information about mental disorders and Seroquel pills.
In most cases, there are no serious side effects from using Seroquel. Only 4% of adults who participated in clinical trials of antipsychotic Seroquel had to be withdrawn from treatment due to drowsiness, low blood pressure, tachycardia or dizziness. In addition to these side effects, pills can cause dry mouth, headache, orthostatic hypotension or constipation. Children aged 10 to 17 years may observe after administration of Seroquel pills: fatigue, increased appetite, tachyarrhythmia, vomiting, increase in body weight, diarrhea, tremor or dyskinesia.