Efficacy Of Par Bupropion Xl 300

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Lainey Says:

My pharmacy gave me Bupropion XL 300 mg by Par. I thought I'd managed to take every generic Bupropion out there, but this is new to me. I'm not finding a lot of information on line. I know everybody may respond to something differently, but I'd be interested in reading any comments from folks out there who have tried this formulation. I seem to respond at least a little differently to each generic I take, and have had one or two that caused big problems.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Lainey! How are you?

I understand what you're saying, some people can be sensitive to any slight fluctuation in a medication, I am one of them.

There have been several people that have complained about the Par Bupropion, but not all. We are all different, so the only thing you can really do is try it and see how it works for you.

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, anxiety, nervousness, and insomnia.

Can anyone that's taken this one chime in?

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sophia Says:

Hi guys!

I started taking 100mg per day of this medication in October after I complained to my doctor that Prozac was making me gain weight and they had also stopped my Vyvance! I went back Dec 16 and he upped it to 300mg a day and stopped the Prozac since my weight keeps on going up! I just finished getting of the phone with the nurse because in 10 days i've gained another 7 pounds and my eating habits have not changed so I'm going to try the generic now from Actavis Pharma and see how it goes because the brand name is just not affordable! i'm truly going insane with the weigh gain even though the panic and anxiety attacks have stopped.

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