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best generic bupropion 75mg sandoz or apotex
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Mhich one is better? My son use to take bupropion Hcl 75mg from Sandoz Pharm. but when we bought our house and moved we swapped Pharmacies. They carry bupropion Hcl 75mg from Apotex Corp. I've noticed that he isn't able to focus as much, he impulse reacts more, and he takes longer to go to sleep, along with other small differences. Can this be because the bupropion from Apotex Corp. doesn't work as well for him as from Sandoz Pharm. I'm almost sure if it to be honest. Should I transfer and fill it elsewhere? ## Most defintely transfer script. Ive been taking Sandoz bupropion and love it. Had it filled the other day, they gave me Mylan brand and it did nothing for me except make my bp go up. Imo Sandoz is holy grail for wellbutrin generic. Hope he gets to feeling better!!...
Updated 1 day ago.
Bupropion XL 300 by Lupin (L016)
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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...
Updated 4 days ago.
Bupropion XL by Cipla Pharmaceuticals
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My pharmacy has been giving me refills of the generic bupropion for my last two refills that are manufactured by CIPLA. The pill is oblong and has the number 13 on one side and what appears to be a capital I on the other side. I do not feel that this generic is doing much for me. I have researched this manufacture they are located in India. Approximately 45% of the medications that are sold in the United States are manufactured in foreign countries. I am going to call my pharmacy to see if they can get one of the generics that were previously dispensed to me. The buyers for drugs at pharmacies look to find lower priced drugs, which I understand. I have been taking Wellbutrin XL 150 mg three tablets daily for about eight years including the generic form. This medication helped my severe ...
Updated 28 days ago.
What does ACT and ANC mean on a prescription?
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I have been taking Bupropion XL 300 MG TAB ACT. I filled my prescription 3 hrs ago and i was given Bupropion XL 300 MG TAB ANC. I am feeling very strange. The pharmacy said they are exactly the same, just different manufacturers. I have never felt this way on the other Bupropion. ## Hello, Rita! How are you doing? Has there been any change? Are you on any other medications? Can you please describe your feeling strange more specifically? The NIH does warn that it can cause side effects such as nausea, dizziness, headache, nervousness, and weight loss. And yes, your pharmacist is correct, they have just been manufactured by different companies.
Updated 1 month ago.
bupropion - actavis vs sandoz
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I have been taking bupropuin 150 mg 2 times daily made by actavis for over 6 months and doing very well with it last week I was given the same medication but it was a different color and made b sandoz .I have been taking it for 8 days two days ago I had a panic attack then for the past 2 days I have had tightness in my chest. Felt a bit dizzy yesterday and have been feeling extremely overwhelmed and even crying, I'm not sure if it could have something to do with the medication. Please help ## There can be some fluctuations in the amount of the active ingredient from one generic to another, they are usually slight and considered to be therapeutically insignificant, but there are some cases where someone can be sensitive to any fluctuation and they may experience problems. Learn more ...
Updated 1 month ago.
Bupropoin Hcl Sr 200mg compared to HCR ER
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Ive been taking the SR for a long time. I had a siezure Aug 2008. My Dr has kept me on this med. w/ok from Nuerologist. I recently became aware that the pharmacy gave me Bupropion HCL ER 200mg on my last refill-instead of the SR. I always check and cant beleive I didnt see this. Is there a diffrence? Ive felt really out of sorts, extreme hot flashes,sleeping poorly, upset anxious stomach. ## I have been taking Wellbutrin xl 300 mg for about 5 years. My insurance switched, I placed a mail order nad received Buprop 24 XL tab 300 mg.The only marking on the pill is A102. Has anyone taken this? Is it realy the same? ## Both the SR and ER designate it as being a time released formulation of this medication. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headac...
Updated 1 month ago.
415 purple pill says its a replacement for bupropion tab 150 mg sr. that is the generic for wellbutrin sr 150 mg
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I'm am told by my husband's dad to make my husband take wellbutrin Sr 150 mg ta for his anxiety. But he got generic that is called bupropion tab 150 mg ta. And now its a purple pill its round and has a slanted E with 415 under it. He's taking two per day. What does this drug treat? Please, a heads up would be nice. Thank you so so much. ## Is his dad a doctor? Only a doctor should be prescribing medications and suggesting treatment options. Bupropion is an antidepressant that is also used to help with smoking cessation. It can cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, dry mouth and weight changes. Learn more: ## Wellbutrin for anxiety? Yikes! it causes anxiety in some people- 'Better off with an Rx for xanax or ativan ## Thats the SANDOZ brand of wellbutrin its purp...
Updated 2 months ago.
White oval pill i 71
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What is it and why is it prescribed? Is this pill an opioid? I found it in my kid's bedroom and I would like to know what type of medication it is. ## Hi Frank, A white oval pill marked with I 71 on one side and blank on the other is reportedly identified as Bupropion hydrochloride extended release (300 mg). This medication is marketed as an antidepressant with a number of other off-label uses as well. For verification, the manufacturer is listed as InvaGen Pharmaceuticals and the pill itself carries a National Drug Code of 76282-0481. I hope this helps!
Updated 3 months ago.
bupropion for heroin withdrawals
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I just wanted to know the easiest way to get off of heroin and what drugs are available to me in order to help the withdrawals? ## New discoveries using the amino acid precursor agmatine that while taken at start, during, and during cessation prevents dependence from starting among much other unknown tidbits such as black seed oil and its withdrawal easing potential and also potentiating potential so caution need be used.
Updated 3 months ago.
What is a round light green pill with M and U11 on one side
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I need to know what this pill is, my dog ate one. Please hurry. I need to know if I need to take her to the vet. ## Hi Christie, A round light green pill with M over U11 on one side and blank on the other, reportedly contains 100mgs of Bupropion hydrochloride (extended release). This medication is commonly used for treating anxiety and depression. For verification, the manufacturer is listed as Mylan Pharmaceuticals and the pill itself carries a National Drug Code of 00378-3411. I hope this helps and reaches you in a timely manner!
Updated 3 months ago.
Small round pill A 102
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I have a small round pill with no other markings but A - 102 on one side only. What is this pill and what is it used for? ## Hi Tom, You didn't mention what color your pill was, but a small round white pill with A 102 on one side and blank on the other, is reportedly identified as Bupropion ER (300mg); an antidepressant medication. For verification, the manufacturer is listed as Par Pharmaceuticals and the pill itself carries a National Drug Code of 10370-102. You can also click on the NDC link to view an image of the pill. I hope this helps!
Updated 3 months ago.
Bupropion (Lupin vs Mylan)
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I’ve been taking bupropion xl 150mg for a couple months now and recently switching to taking 300mg. I had some left of the 150mg so my doctor told me to just take 2 til they run out if I want. Anyhow the manufacturer I’ve been taking is Lupin... my depression is under control for the most part, but the energy didn’t last longer than a week or 2. Also this brand has given me serious constipation and food cravings!!! Picked up my new prescription for 300mg by Mylan today. Will be starting that tomorrow... hopefully it works better than Lupin. Does anyone have any experience about Mylan? ## Those can be typical side effects, especially when your dosage is increased, according to FDA reports. You may also experience nausea, dizziness, headache, and nervousness. How are you...
Updated 4 months ago.
I'm afraid to start taking Bupropion with Tramadol
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I was just prescribe Bupropion 150mg 2x daily. I also take Tramadol which was prescribed by the same Dr. I'm afraid to start the Bupropion because of the drug interaction btwn the two. Should I be worried? Can I cut the tablets in half & take 75mg 2x daily? ## Hi Donna, After looking over the interaction between these two medications, I can certainly see why you might be scared to take them together. The interaction I found states the following: "MONITOR CLOSELY: The risk of seizures may be increased during coadministration of tramadol with any substance that can reduce the seizure threshold, such as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI antidepressants or anorectics), monoamine oxidase inhibitors, neuroleptic agents, central nervous system stimulants, opioids, tricy...
Updated 5 months ago.
generic bupropion manufacturers-immediate release
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looking for bupropion that is an immediate release pill prefferally white ## From what I've seen, there aren't any generic bupropion tablets that are both white and immediate-release. There are however, other brands of bupropion, such as Aplenzin, which are not extended-release and happen to be white as well. These particular pills are manufactured by Sanofi-Aventis. Teva Pharmaceuticals USA and Sandoz Pharma also make generic, immediate-release bupropion, but the pills are yellow, pink, and purple, as opposed to white. Are there any specific reasons why you prefer a white tablet? ## chemicaly sensitive to atifical colors, but these colors can be wash off slowly without destroying the integrety of pill (looking for white IR Bupropion ## I was taking bupropion xl 150 three a day ...
Updated 5 months ago.
Question on mail order buprotic
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Just got my mail order of buprotic sr 150. They are maroon colored and I have been trying to do a little research on them and I can't find any info on this brand. Can you please send me some info on them and please let me know if they are even real?
Updated 5 months ago.
White Oblong pill with I on one side and 13 on the other
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I picked up my prescription for bupropion HCL XL and noticed the shape and imprint is different than it's ever been. It is an oblong tablet with "I" on one side and 13 on the other. There are no score lines. I'm unable to find it through any search and want to make sure it's the correct medication. Any help is appreciated. ## It's just a change in Manufacturer. I noticed the difference too today when picking up my prescription. If you go to Cipla USA's website, they have the image and description of the updated pill. Before this one, I had the round pill with A 101 printed on it, but that was manufactured by a different company. ## I have been trying to find this same pill I picked up at my pharmacy days ago. My bupropion xl never looked like this. Thank you ...
Updated 6 months ago.
Trihexyphen generic and sexual side effects
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What are the side effects of the medicines Trihexyphen and Bupropion? Please post. ## Hello, Tom! How are you? The FDA lists the typical side effects of Trihexyphenidyl as possibly including nausea, dizziness, blurred vision, constipation, dry mouth and headache. However, I do not see any intimate side effects listed. They list the typical side effects for Bupropion as possibly including nausea, dizziness, nervousness, insomnia, decreased appetite and sore throat. It has been known to affect libido and intimate function, but much less than other antidepressants. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Does it mess with your sex life and wat happens if u take other street drugs
Updated 6 months ago.
Change Bupropion dosage, weight, libido
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I have been on and off (mostly on) bupropion for about ten years. At first I loved it, great libido and weight loss. After I stopped taking it the first time I gained a ton of weight and depression returned. I got back on it but it wasn't nearly as effective as before. Over the years I've tried others that were better for my depression but I stopped taking them because of the weight gain. I always went back to the bupropion even though it no longer helped with my weight. I've been on 300 XL for about a year now. I'm not depressed but I still have no interest in things, no energy, NO libido whatsoever, and weight gain. I've been wondering lately if I should tapper back my dose or switch to SR to see if I have better luck. Any suggestions or similar experiences? ## Wha...
Updated 6 months ago.
CIPLA Bupropion HCL XL meeting Wellbutrin XL bioequivalence?
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CIPLA got approval from the FDA to produce their generic version of Wellbutrin XL on August 30, 2016. I have made an inquiry to CIPLA as to whether their approval also means that they met the bioequivalence testing that other generic manufacturers had to comply with after Teva/Impax was pulled off the market in Sept. 2012 -- and Actavis (now owned by Watson) was removed Oct. 2013. [Second Generic Version of Popular Antidepressant to be Pulled from Market for Bioequivalency Issues]. Not sure if they have this problem corrected. Anyone know about Cipla or Watson/Actavis? ## For anyone else who may be wanting to contact Cipla USA regarding this concern, you can reach their customer service department by phone at: 844-CIPLA US (844-247-5287) or via email at: ciplacs@ups.com Furthermore, it...
Updated 7 months ago.
False Positive for medication Benzodiazepines
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Does anyone have a list of the medications that can cause false positives? I take quite a few meds and my probation officer said I tested positive. This is impossible. I only take what is prescribed to me, and none of them is on the list of Benzodiazepines. ## There are quite a few medications that can cause such false positives, as a matter of fact, it is far too large of a list for me to name them all for you. However, if you can post back with the names of the medications you take, I will gladly check for you to see if one of them may have caused it. Can you please post back with more information? ## Can Benedryl cause a false positive for Benzos drug screen? If so, where can I find evidence supporting that? A job is on the line! ## i was positive for benzodiazephines,the only thing ...
Updated 7 months ago.

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