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Review: could Quetiapine fumarate cause Hairy cell leukemia?

Summary: there is no Hairy cell leukemia reported by people who take Quetiapine fumarate yet.

We study 4,697 people who have side effects while taking Quetiapine fumarate from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, when they have Hairy cell leukemia and more.

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Quetiapine fumarate

Quetiapine fumarate has active ingredients of quetiapine fumarate. It is often used in bipolar disorder. (latest outcomes from 4,947 Quetiapine fumarate users)

Hairy cell leukemia

Hairy cell leukemia (a type of blood cancer) (latest reports from 24 Hairy cell leukemia patients)

On Jan, 25, 2015: No report is found

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  • I used to have very light tremor, in one hand. Since the use of meds for my mental conditions it has got worse. I never had heart problems, until I started using the combination of meds I have now. My heart rate in rest is while on Dexamphetamine 100 bpm or more, and in the evenings it's 90 bpm. My heart also responds to going from a resting position to standing by adding 20 bpm and a severe drop of my bloodpressure (when I went to the doctor they recorded resting 95 bpm, and a 127/80 blood-pressure, and when I stood up, my pulse was 125 bpm and a 104/67 blood-pressure.

    Medication I have used before, but I haven't used for more than a half year:
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    -Venlafaxine, it didn't help at all for my depression
    -Citalopram, didn't help either.
    -Risperdal, gained a lot of weight from this one. Didn't have much effect for my mental state.

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  • From this study (2 weeks ago):

  • Can't remember last week events. Sometimes it's like a blackout. I remember bits and pieces.

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