Is Buprop 12 Sr Tab 150mg(w) And Bupropion Sr 150mg Comproable?

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I have two prescriptions of Bupropion. One is Buprop 12 SR Tab 150mg(W) the other Bupropion SR 150mg tablet. Are they the same for all intent and purpose?



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Verwon Says:

Yes, they are both the same medication, Bupropion, in a 150mg time released formulation, the active ingredient in Wellbutrin. This is used to treat depression and nicotine addiction.

Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, weight gain and dry mouth.

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Farmer Says:

I started taking Wellbutrin SR, now 2 different meds have been substitued Budeprion SR & Buprop 12 SR. Are these meds all the same and/or what is the difference?

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