Qutan Sr 100 mg is an antipsychotic medicine used to manage schizophrenia. The other uses of Qutan Sr 100 mg are in managing symptoms of manic disorder, and bipolar mood disorders. Quetiapine is the active compound of Qutan Sr 100 mg Tablet. It works by preventing the release of dopamine, a brain hormone linked to the onset of symptoms in schizophrenia and bipolar illness. Other neurotransmitters in the brain, such as serotonin, are influenced by Qutan Sr 100 mg Tablet.
Qutan Sr 100 mg Tablet improves thinking, mood, and behaviour by rebalancing dopamine and serotonin. Dizziness, drowsiness, headache, dry mouth, abnormal muscle movements, tremors, weight gain, decrease in haemoglobin levels, and changes in cholesterol levels are all possible side effects of Qutan Sr 100 mg. Please do not stop taking Qutan Sr 100 mg Tablet without consulting the doctor, since withdrawal symptoms may occur.
If you have difficulties with your liver, kidneys, or heart, tell your doctor before taking Qutan Sr 100 mg Tablet. This medicine may be unsafe for children and adolescents under the age of 18. While taking this medication, be cautious because it may raise the risk of getting diabetes, therefore it's best to keep track of the glucose levels....
Q: How long does it take for Qutan SR 100 Tablet to work?
A: Within a week of commencing Qutan Sr 100 Tablet, you may notice a difference, but complete effects may take 4-6 weeks to manifest.
Q: Will I gain weight after taking Qutan SR 100 Tablet?
A: Yes. Weight gain is a typical Qutan SR 100 tablet adverse effect. If you think you're gaining weight, talk to your doctor or a nutritionist about a diet and activity plan to help you lose weight.
Q: Is it okay if I quit taking Qutan SR 100 Tablet now that I'm feeling better?
A: No, you should not discontinue taking Qutan Sr 100 Tablet without discussing it with your doctor. Stopping it on your own can induce nausea, vomiting, headaches, diarrhoea, dizziness, irritability, and insomnia. If you feel better, talk to your doctor about progressively reducing the amount before discontinuing it.