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Danbury It Clint here the one with the sore eye muscles How

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Hello dr Danbury
It Clint here the one with the sore eye muscles
How long will it be before this virus goes away.
I hope it is not the seroquel that is causing it
Clint
Dr. Rick :

Hi. I'm online and happy to answer your question today.

Dr. Rick :

I would give it a few more weeks. Keep doing the cold compresses

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You can be assured that the seroquel is not the cause of your sore muscles. It is just not possible.

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Customer: replied 5 years ago.

dr rick

it is nice talking to an eye doctor,i have to wait two weeks to see one , are you sure that it is not the seroquel i would be so happy if the seroquel is not the culprit ,are you sure?

tx clint

Customer: replied 5 years ago.

hello dr rick

i would realy like to talk to you and ask you some eye and med question

clint

Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Are you on line dr rick
I am 110% sure that the seroquel is not to blame for your eye muscle issues.
You can put these thoughts out of your mind and stop worrying about this.
Don't forget to mash the excellent feedback button :)
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