Bupropion Xl 300 By Lupin (l016) (Page 2)

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J Says:

Has anyone tried Bupropion XL 300 by Lupin - a round pill marked L016?

Just received these from Walgreen's internet pharmacy and I'm very concerned. I started taking this medication about two years ago, the PAR generic, and everything was great. Then, CVS changed to Cipla and things got bad -- it was only thanks to Medschat that I figured out the problem was caused by the new manufacturer. So, I switched to Walgreens, which had Actavis. It was so much better for me than Cipla but not quite as good as PAR. Quite by accident, I found that when ordering from Walgreen's internet pharmacy I got the med manufactured by PAR.

All's been good for many months... until I just opened my newest prescription and found it's by a newly approved generic by Lupin. Hopefully it will be fine, but I am nervous now.

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Peggy Says:
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Re: Michelle (# 20)

Have them change the generic to the one made by Pharma. If they don't have it, check other pharmacies.

I've been on Wellbutrin many years. Recently the pharmacy changed to Lupin. All hell broke loose! For 2 months I didn't realize it was the pill. Basically I went cold turkey!

Spread the word!

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Bunk Bupropion Says:

Re: Peggy (# 21)

Sorry to hear about your experience. Mine was much the same. The reason it feels good in the morning and not in the afternoon is because the XR (extended release) mechanisms are poorly made in Lupin pills.

Ask your pharmacy to switch back to the old generic because Lupin does not work for you. You could also discuss with your doctor switching to bupropion SR twice a day. Switching to SR helped me.

I've also had problems with Lupin quetiapine (Seroquel). I'm almost convinced Lupin is making completely counterfeit drugs. So many pharmacies are switching to Lupin because they're cheap. Placing complaints with the FDA gets absolutely nowhere, because the FDA is full of pharmaceutical executives who are there to purposefully block taking action against pharmaceutical companies.

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Michelle Says:
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Re: Peggy (# 21)

thank you for sharing. I'm glad I'm not the only one. It is really messing with me. Do I just ask the pharmacy?

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Avy Says:

I was taking Global for four months and I was fine. Kroger switched to Lupin and I feel like dog poop. I went to the doc two days ago and he said EOD. The first day I did not take it I felt great. I took one this morning and I feel like I have been hit by a truck. I called and he said just stop. The FDA needs to look into this medication ASAP. Dizzy, nausea, disoriented, faint, terrible.

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Kathy Says:
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Re: Avy (# 24)

Thought I was going crazy till I read all these review on the Lupin version of bupropion. Thanks!

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Peggy Says:
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Re: Michelle (# 23)

Yes, tell them to not give you the one manufactured by Lupin.

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Mo Says:
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Re: Michelle (# 20)

Wow- has cut back on PAR generic 150 xl for months, ready to go natural and stressful events made me refill the scrip. For last two months felt spiral downward, experiencing the worst of panic and depression and couldn’t figure out why this was so different- even added CBD to take the edge off. Xmas holidays had to get back to therapy- learned my generic was switched to LUPIN — same as PP, sudden rush then end of day short tempered- also nauseous and anxious all the time. Switched back to PAR, within days back to normal. Seems many probs with Lupin - something is poisonous in their formula.

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Justwannabeme Says:
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Re: mmmm123 (# 13)

I’m wondering, how can the formulations by different manufacturers be so different? Isn’t a generic supposed to closely mimic the formulation of the name brand? Maybe the various manufacturers use lower quality ingredients?

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