• You could experience jumbled speech with seroquel, as with any type of tranquilizer or sedative. It is trying to tell your body to either shut down, and go to sleep, slow down or calm down. I am a very high strung high anxiety person and I am on Xanax, I do it myself when I take my medication at times because I am not used to relaxing and trying to spit everything out at once and of course it comes out jumbled. I even noticed that when I do my homework I jumble my letters. If it becomes extremely bothersome I would talk to your doctor about changing medications. In the meantime, think before you speak and do it slowly instead of racing to get it out and see how that helps.
  • ive never taken that, maybe you should tell your doctor about it

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