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I am a licensed mental health counselor and do not prescribe meds but I will tell you what my experience of over 20 years in running mental health facilities, etc is taught me. First is that I would be seeing a psychiatrist for meds not a PCP. The psychiatrist is usually more aware of the psychiatric meds than a PCP. So the first change would be a referral to see a psychiatrist. Seroquel is indicated among other things, primarily for psychosis. Theer does not appear to be a mood stabilizer to deal with your mania in your regimensuch as lithium, or the anti seizure drugs as Neurotin, lamictal, etc. The newest antidepressants are in the SNRI, serotonine norepinephrine, reuptake inhibitor. An example of which is effexor, These are the recommendations, a mood stabilizer, an antidepressant and a referral to a psychiatyrist for medication management. Of course I would speak to my PCP about all this first. Please click green "ACCEPT" button on this page if you are satisfied with my answer so that I get credit for my work. Your feedback and bonuses are always welcome. As always you can email for further info.
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