Mylan-bupropion Xl 300mg Very Dizzy

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melissa Says:
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Hey there,
I started taking the dose at night (10 pm)to prevent night sweats and insomnia, which has been working. But I find about 12 hours after taking the dose 10/11 am I become extremely dizzy and nauseated , sensitive to light , headache..... and lasts time about 8 or 9 at night. Then I'm fine the next morning and bang right at 10 or 11 the symtoms happen again. Is this dose to high for me ? Do these symtoms wear off after time? Been on for about 2 weeks..... thanks for your time.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Melissa! How are you?

If the symptoms are that severe, you should consult your doctor, as this may not be the right medication for you.

Did you start off at the 300mg dose, or did you start with a lower one and slowly raise it? Sometimes titrating can help minimize the side effects.

Other side effects, as listed by the FDA, may possibly include drowsiness, dry mouth and weight changes.

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