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    An_247610 posted:
    I'm having a very horrible symptom: I feel like a person I can't see is about to barge into my home and rape me, and as a result, I feel an invisible energy trying to oral copulate me. I know this is absurd. Has anyone had this debilitating of a symptom before. When it started, I thought I was had been put under a hex by a group of devil worshippers who sent spirits to assault me. As soon as I took just a tiny bit of seroquel, the symptom stopped. I even heard voices of people threatening to assault me. Since this, I'm now going to a rape counselor. I'm so alone in this. I've isolated myself and have talked to nobody, sometimes feeling held hostage by this entity I can't see. It goes away with Seroquel, but seroquel has caused me hyperglycemia and I wonder what drug can replace it.
    Patricia Farrell, PhD responded:
    I'm not an MD, but it does sound like taking a specific medication has been helping you and you need to discuss this with whoever is prescribing your current med. Sometimes, they can add another med to correct the change in blood sugar.#next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; }

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