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    An_245065 posted:
    im having veryrealistic dreams im taking clonezpam, seroquel, wellbutrin and prozac. what is causing these dreams

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    Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Unfortunately, no one online can say what is causing these. But if these are new for you since you began the medications, that may be a clue.

    Either way, yes, discuss this with your doctor if they are disturbing and of concern for you.

    I think many here have experienced the same so I hope they'll share their thoughts and experiences.


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