Real or perceived paranoia?

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mdt9111

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I'm a recent diagnosed bipolar I. I also have a hx of OCD and depression. About 2 weeks ago, I changed from Seroquel 75mg qPM to Equetro 200mg qPM. But, now I'm having problems again w/ paranoia....but, I'm not sure if it's real or my brain.

Anyone else feeling paranoid while taking Equetro or changing from Seroquel? I feel like I always have to keep my mouth shut while talking with my wife, or anyone else I may not agree with at the moment.

BTW - I was having psychotic ideations (suicidal thoughts, aggressiveness, etc) while on Seroquel - hence the change to a different Rx.

Thanks in advance for any insights!
 
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its real to you. thats something someone told me not long ago to make things simpler. reality IS perception. whatever you think is real is real.

onto the meds, i dunno, i take seroquel for the paranoia and delusions, some days it works better than others. whatever you take it will take a few weeks to work well.
 

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