Bupropion Hcl Xl 150 Mg Wpl 3331

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Crbb Says:

Current Bupropion HCL XL150 MB TABGLO are yellow oblong pills that are press-stamped 681. New Rx refill is Bupropion HC XL150 MG Tablets are small white pills tab ink stamped WPI 3331...is there just a difference in manufacturer?

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Verwon Says:

Yes, that is correct, they are both the same medication, in the same dosage and formulation, just made by different companies.

It is common for a pharmacy to switch which one they provide, depending on who was offering the cheapest price whenever they needed to restock.


Is there anything else I can help with?

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Betty Says:

What exactly is the difference in Bupropion HCL XL and Bupropion SR?

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Catchief Says:

I have been taking Bupropion HCL XL 150 mg round white tablets for several years. Several months ago, my pharmacist refilled my prescription with a different color and shaped pill. The bottle had stamped that this was the same medication. For me, it has the opposite reaction. I cried constantly, was upset and did not relate the medication to my demeanor until I told my niece, who is a NP with a doctorate in nursing. She said there may be 1% that could have a problem. That must be me. Each time I call in a refill, I leave a message to remind my pharmacist that I MUST have the small white round tablet that has been manufactured by Watson and/or Actavis. Last week, my pharmacist said the round white pill had been discontinued and gave me the same oblong yellow pill that makes me crazy. Does anyone else manufacture the round white tablet? This is very upsetting and I have the feeling that I'm not taken seriously about the effects of a different pill. I don't want to go through the process of trying to find another antidepressant for weeks until I find one I like. I did that already and Wellbutrin or Bupropion works best for me.

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Kendra Says:
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OMG! I went through the exact same thing and it's getting very difficult to find a pharmacy that has the round white ones. I had the round white ones stamped A101 and they worked great then they changed manufacturers and I went through withdrawals for 12 days taking them. So I talked to my cousin who is a pharmacist and he told me there can be up to 25% less of the active ingredient in the medicine with different manufacturers and pharmacies just order what's cheapest. He told me to go back to the pharmacy with the medication and have them replace it with the other ones which they did no questions asked but now it's hard to get the round whites ones again. So I just try different pharmacies until one of them can order the round white ones for me. Walgreens, Walmart and CVS told me they can order them but it takes 2 days so I just have to make sure I tell them ahead of time.

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Neo Says:
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Yes. I switched pharmacy. Went from white to yellow

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