I did not need to hear this.
Just get blood tests every so often.
Percentage is high, nice pick up @everhopeful
Yes, I was diagnosed with liver dysfunction due to being on 1000 mg of seroquel daily for thirteen years. It destroyed a lot of my system. I try hard to keep this to myself though. Just because I had a bad experience with a drug doesn’t mean everyone will.
Sorry to hear that, I’m fortunately not on a high dose.
When you think about the milligram dosage of seroquel vs other antipsychotics it kind of makes sense though
I could fall victim to this because I’m on 900 mgs Seroquel but I don’t worry about that because all antipsychotics comes with there own set of side effects.
1000 mg is a ton. 200-400 mg knocks me out.
Go for green vegetables like.broccoli and spinach. Exercise. Don’t drink beers and soft drinks but detox with coffees. Don’t get over weight.
If you do so your levers hould be fine on Seroquel
No it’s not that simple. Medications can damage the body despite doing all the right things. Some people have problems with it and some do not.
Having a bad diet, not exercise i.e. being overweight and consuming substance that affect the liver will compound the effect.
If you have to take the medication and you can swap then improve lifestyle factors is basically all you can do to offset some of these things. Is it is at least a pragmatic way to thing about it. You’re right in saying that health living isn’t necessarily going to save you from liver damaging medication.