I haven't tried Seroquel so I can't offer any advice on that one. But if you feel it's not working for you and feeling like a zombie, you really need to tell your doc. This is the only way the doc will know there is a problem. Remember, you have to be proactive and your own advocate in your care. Like Lyn, I'm taking Valium for my a/p and most of the time it works okay for me.
I hope you get some relief soon and keep posting here to let us know how you're doing.
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