Seroquel advertisement, AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals LP 2007 |
"My son says he can't shut out the voices. He's not making sense. I can't handle it. We need your help."
When they turn to you, turn first to Seroquel.
agitation, somnolence, dizziness, anxiety, tremor, sedation, lethargy, hypertonia, dysarthria, abnormal dreams, dyskinesia,
thinking abnormal, tardive dyskinesia, vertigo, involuntary movements, confusion, amnesia, psychosis, hallucinations, hyperkinesia,
increased libido, urinary retention, incoordination, paranoid reaction, abnormal gait, myoclonus, delusions, manic reaction, apathy,
ataxia, depersonalization, stupor, bruxism, catatonic reaction, hemiplegia, aphasia, buccoglossal syndrome, choreoathetosis, delirium,
emotional lability, euphoria, decreased libido, neuralgia, stuttering, subdural hematoma. Antipsychotic drugs are associated with an
increased risk of death. It is important to emphasize that although the events reported occurred during treatment with Seroquel, they
were not necessarily caused by it.