Hey guys! I've recently stopped taking my quetiapine, not on purpose, things had become so hectic at work and having to get there at 7am meant I'd be late if I took my pills to sleep. Here's the thing, I took one recently because I thought hey I should get back on it asap and while at work the following morning I fainted, smacking my face on a desk. I told everyone that I didn't know why I passed out and just continued work as normal. I know that a side affect of quetiapine is that it can make your blood pressure fall, now when I was off these pills I had to go see a nurse to get a routine check up for my contraceptives. She made a note of how low my blood pressure was 90/50 I think. Obviously the quetiapine made my already low blood pressure drop and that's what cause me to faint because before taking that one pill, I felt completely fine as I did when she told me my blood pressure was low. I don't want to take another for fear of the same thing happening, so again, on purpose this time, I've stopped. Is this something worth mentioning to my doctor or what because I've already hit my head once, giving myself a headache for two days afterwards and I don't know what could happen if I fainted again.