I am allergic to aspirin, can I take seroquel?


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Rooster Cogburn , Rooster Cogburn, answered

Looks like you can but you better read this as there many side effects and drug interactions with Seroquel. If you take any other meds, you better look this over real good.

Seroquel Drug Interactions - Drugs.com

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John McCann Profile
John McCann answered

Why would you want to take an antipsychotic drug in place of aspirin?

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John McCann
John McCann commented
Let us see if Stacey Brickhouse has an answer. I do not think this drug is one to fool around with.
Rooster Cogburn
Rooster Cogburn commented
I don't think so either with all the side effects alone!
Moga Deet
Moga Deet commented
I don't think she means instead of. I think she means if there is any relationship between an allergic reaction to aspirin and also then having an allergic reaction to Seroquel. There are very few relationships. An allergic reaction is hard to predict based on an allergic reaction to another drug. Sometimes, even if they are in the same family, e.g. MAO-inhibitors.
Cookie Roma Profile
Cookie Roma answered

This is certainly not the kind if question to ask a bunch of strangers. This is a question for a doctor. 

Moga Deet Profile
Moga Deet answered

Always review your medications with a pharmacist, if you have any concerns.  Aspirin is an unusual allergy.  Are you sure about this?

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