Difference Between Wellbutryn Xl 150mg Manufactured By U.s And Canada

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Caribbean Girl looking for Answers Says:


I was recently prescribed this by my Doc for 3 months this summer. I used it for only 2 and a day later it went away, I was no longer sad, or getting angry, It was like nothing brought me down I was happy and the best part I never got a "high" feeling from it this what I had requested from my doctor, it was like i was taking vitamins . so a month later my depression came back. Its but he same company but I was a little skeptic when I noticed it came in a different box but it both said it was done by gsk. I now experience drowsiness right after I take the one I am on now for a little while (I never did before, ad i hate this) . I did my research and found out that its now a different manufacturer. The one I was on first was from Biovail Corp in Canada (the one I liked because it has no side affects but increasing my libido ;-) and the one im on now is from Smithkline Beecham Corp (the one that makes me drowsy). It seems like the pharmacy didnt update their stock since I realize that the Biovail Corp is the new Manufacturers.
Does anyone experience this, and do you recommend that I tell my doctor so that I can get a new prescription and try and locate the one from Biovail corp, because I hate the one that the pharmacy gave me?



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Verwon Says:

Have you tried talking to the pharmacist?

They should be able to order the other one in for you, as long as it's still available.

Learn more Wellbutrin details here.

The only caveat here is that if their current one is cheaper, your insurance may only cover that price, so you'd have to pay the difference if the one that works better for you costs a little more.

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