Bupropion 150mg Sr Tab Side Effects

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ligia fernandes Says:


IMy doctor switch from 75 mg of ic bupropion hcl to 150mg of ic bupropion sr I dont want to gain weight.People tell me wich is better.



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Verwon Says:

The only difference here is the dosage and the fact that the new one he prescribed for you is a sustained release tablet, which means you take one tablet a day and it is slowly released, rather than releasing all of the medication at once.

The side effects, however, remain the same: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and headache.

If you weren't gaining weight on it, then there isn't much chance that the new dosage is going to have that effect on you, either.

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jim Says:

I WOULD LIKE THE SIDR AFFECTS OF BUPROPION 150MGSR TAB WATTS

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