Accidental Overdose Of Bupropion Sr 150mg

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spoddagirl Says:
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My friend took three white round pills imprinted with wpi 839 because he thought they were ibuprofen. Will he overdose or will he be okay?



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Verwon Says:

How is he doing? Did he experience any adverse effects?

The FDA advises that anytime you are worried about the health of someone and their well being, it is always best to consult your nearest emergency services. This medication can cause nervousness, elevated heart rate, and elevated blood pressure, all of which could result in dangerous conditions.

Is her on any other medications?

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