Thursday, August 07, 2008

Seroquel

Is God Medicine.

I slept last night, not all night, but I woke up far fewer times than I have been recently. I did manage to have some Buffy dreams (Spike and I got into an argument about his newly dyed black hair being stupid looking) and woke up from those feeling confused. All in all it was a good night though.

I got out of bed at 652 and Livvie woke up at 653. That sucked. I'm so used to having time to myself in the mornings, and I really enjoy it.

Last night after I took the Seroquel I passed out in my clothing, and Rich left me that way. He could have been kind enough to wake me up so I could get changed. As it is, I'm still wearing said clothing, because even though it's 1 o clock I still haven't showered yet and have no plans to until later today.

My mom is coming down from NJ to visit with us on Monday, so I might not be around much next week. I'll try to post when I can, but they'll probably be short posts. 

Have a great Thursday everyone!

7 comments:

Safeena said...

Personally, I worship at the pharmaceutical altar.

LizB said...

I wasn't sure if that was a typo or your intent, but God medicine definitely works!

Dagny said...

SO glad you got some sleep.

xoxoxo

Annie said...

Happy you got to rest. Rich needs a few lessons in being a gentleman :-). He could take those
lessons from Mr.Dagny :-).

jennyquarx said...

Glad you slept!!

Kimber said...

So glad you are finally getting some Z's!

Have fun with your mom next week! I will miss you!

Seroquel Side Effects said...

My name is Paul Harris and i would like to show you my personal experience with Seroquel.

I am 47 years old. Have been on Seroquel for 2 weeks now. I would NOT recommend this drug to anyone except those who only want to sleep all the time. Very poor!

I have experienced some of these side effects-
This drug knocks you out. Slept 17 hours with 200 mg dose the first time. Even 100 mg. makes me tired, dizzy, clouded mind, slurred speach and etc. all day.

I hope this information will be useful to others,
Paul Harris