150xl W/ 150sr

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Lisa Says:


I am currently taking two Wellbutrin XL 150 mg in the morning, around 8:00am. I take it for extreme fatigue. By 6:00pm I'm ready for bed, tired. Was wondering if I could take a Wellbutrin 150mg SR around 5:00pm would that help me get through the evening?



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Verwon Says:

It's been prescribed to you for fatigue?

That's very unusual, but it has been known to actually cause insomnia in some people.

Learn more Wellbutrin details here.

It can be taken in doses up to 450mgs daily, but that does increase the risk of seizures, so you'd need to discuss it with your doctor to see if it's safe for you to raise your dosage.



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