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Old 09-06-2017, 09:46 AM #11
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Derrick, returned to taking Seroquel in I believe March. It works very
well for his anxiety and at times changes in mood.

He took it as a teen also. I don't honestly think he sees any side
effects.

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I was on it in 2015- my periods stopped, I had nipple discharge, and I looked 6 months pregnant because my constipation was so bad. WORSE: I started having falls unrelated to the MS (had MRI to rule it out), one where I knocked out my front teeth. I stopped taking it and all that **** stopped happening.
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