I am a 42 year old male. I had a seizure episode about 15 years ago and skin tuberculosis, for which I was hospitalized and treated. I was not on any kind of medications until a year later. But during that period, I was unable to concentrate on my sales job. I could not speak fluently at times. I would be so tired when I got home from work that, all I could do was sleep. I then visited a psychiatrist, who gave me a Phenergan injection. But that did not solve my problem permanently. I then met my friend's cousin, who was a psychiatrist from abroad. He prescribed Oxetol 150 mg and Rivotril 5 mg, both twice a day. Then I got better at work. I used to walk for 4 km every day, but eventually, I had to discontinue my walking because of my job schedule. I also started taking Quetiapine 25 mg, half tablet, every night for the last two years to help quit my smoking habit.
I have a throat irritation for the past three years. I went to the best hospitals in my city and consulted ENT physicians there, who told me that my throat was alright. But I was diagnosed with GERD, and I was put on Rabicer. I got breathing problems often, and nothing gave me relief. I was referred to an allergy specialist who gave me Doxcid, Fexofenadine, Ambroxol, and Montelukast. He also prescribed me an Airtec inhaler 250 mcg, which I use five times a week.
About 15 years ago, I tried to discontinue Quetiapine for five days, which improved my breathing trouble, but my anxiety increased and I restarted the Quetiapine 25 mg at night. Can you please help me? I have to fly next month for an official trip. Can I travel with these medicines? My IgE in the blood tests is 740, and eosinophil count is 13 %. I am also pills, which contain vitamins, minerals, and Inositol. I am attaching my latest lab reports for your reference. I recently started using Nicotex, and I am not smoking for the past two weeks. My problem now is, I still have the throat irritation. I am unable to wear a neck tie since it is not comfortable. Sometimes, I still get breathing difficulty, and I feel tired in the morning. Can I stop taking Quetiapine?