A 29-year-old male asked:
Can i take lunesta (eszopiclone) together with seroquel for insomnia??
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Clinical Psychology 23 years experience
Ask your Dr: Usually sleep aids and Seroquel (quetiapine) are not contraindicated, but it is best to take them under the care of a doctor and report excessive fatigue, somnolence or other symptoms immediately.
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Clinical Psychology 42 years experience
INSOMNIA: Getting good night's sleep is important for physical & mental health. Insomnia might be due to several reasons. Have a physical exam to rule out illness. If cleared consult with a Clinical Psychologist with expertise in multiple types of psychotherapy that helps you benefit from medication prescribed by a Psychiatrist. If uncomfortable with your Dr. seek 2nd opinion. You may need a sleep study.
7 viewsAnswered Feb 01, 2021
Last updated Feb 1, 2021
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