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Switching from SSRI to SNRI

Mental Health | Last Active: Dec 8, 2019 | Replies (13)

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@karen00
Seroquel is not recommended for sleep and the evidence so far suggests the risks of prescribing Seroquel off-label outweigh any benefits.
I know a man who takes it and now has Seroquel induced Diabetes although his dose is substantially higher.
I have Insomnia as well but would never consider taking an Antipsychotic or any other medication because one of its side effects cause drowsiness.
Jake

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@jakedduck1 Hey Leonard! Thanks for giving that info. Now, you’re the one who HATES cooking, right?

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