Budeprion Xl 300 Mg

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Pale yellow oval pill with Teva Pharm listed as manufacturer and 682 imprinted on pill. Generic of Wellbutrin XL 300 MG. How's it different? Is it more or less likely to make me nauseous? Keep me awake at night? Give me jitters? Any thoughts?



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Jeff Says:

It's the same as the generic version of Wellbutrin XL which is called Buprospion HCL XL (extended realease). This just means once a day dosing. Most community health care centers don't cover XL's, If you can get on the Walgreen's 90 day supply cash plan, the price is about $125 for 90 days which is half the cost of CVS. And they mail it to you. I would go with the latter if on long term. PS - it is now approved for ttreatment of some forms of ADHD. But as always, ask your doc. Mostly prescribed for MDD, SAD, and smoking cessation (same as Zyban). Confused enough?

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Verwon Says:

The generics can sometimes differ, but the only way to find out is by using it and seeing it you have a reaction. The FDA does allow them to differ from the name brands by as much as plus or minus 20% in the active ingredient. Most companies do, however, have good quality control, so this is rarely an issue, but it has happened.

The inactive ingredient can also differ, which rarely causes a problem for some people.

Bupropion is the generic name, Budeprion is just what one generic manufacturer has named their product.

It is, now, most commonly used to treat depression and anxiety.

You can read more here:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Budeprion/­

Do you have any other questions?

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