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seroquel and duromine

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#1 Alyra



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Posted 31 October 2011 - 11:41 PM

hello i need some help in knowing any infomation about duromine and seroquel when taken together, I have bipolar type 2, ptsd, and borderline i take the seroquel for it and it helps, ive been on it for a year now and put on 40kg my sugur levels were very high cause i was craving alot of sugur so they cut my seroquel down to 150mg at night to sleep, i dont crave much sugur anymore only after i take the seroquel at night, my doctor now has given me duromine 30mg for my weight an appitite suppressent and to get me more motivated to exersice, he told me to take it in the morning and to becareful not to overdose on it, im abit scared to take it esp cause i take seroquel aswell and it might change my moods in a bad way, i dont know if i should take it.

#2 Anna



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Posted 01 November 2011 - 12:00 AM

I would do what your doctor recommends until you see how you respond to it. I mean, you can always stop taking it, right?

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