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Anyone Taking Pamelor And Welbutrinxl

Pamela makes me so drowsy in morning can I take welbutrin xl in morning to get energy ## The FDA warns that taking these medications together can increase your risk of experiencing seizures. You may also experience other side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, insomnia, and irritability. Have they both been prescribed for you? Are you on any other medications?

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Pamelor and wellbutrin xl

Anyone taking Pamelor and welbutrin together ## Yes I am taking Pamelor 50mg with Wellbutrin 150mg, it seems to work but i still have my ups and downs. Dr going to check on me to see if she needs to up the dosage. Everyone says that it's a bad combo, I do not believe that or else my dr wouldn't have prescribed it to me. ## The NIH does warn that there is a risk of seizures, when you combine Amitriptyline, and Wellbutrin, since both can lower your seizure threshold, so they should only be taken together, with a doctor's approval, and regular monitoring. Other side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, and mood changes. If you have a history of experiencing seizures, you should consult your doctor about trying other options. Are there any other questions?

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Pamelor 50 Mg

Trouble getting Pamelor, brand name. pharmacy that I have been using will not give me the 3 month supply any more. Charging me for the one month the same price as for 3 mo. $650.00. I cannot use the Generic. . ## Hi Patricia, Sorry to hear about the pharmacy issues you've been dealing with lately. I wish they would give people a choice for the brand or generic, since we are the ones paying for it anyways. Their whole system doesn't make a whole lot of sense... Have you tried any other pharmacies in your area? If not, listed below is a pharmacy-locator site, that uses your zip code to find nearby pharmacies within a given mile range. Hopefully someone else will have the brand you're looking for: pharmacylocator.unarxcard.com Phone numbers and addresses are included in the lis...

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Pamelor-Manufacturer

want drug company ## Each time I purchase Pamelor my body feels different. I feel as I am starting new medicine each time ## If you are getting pills made by a different manufacturer each time you get your prescription then that is a fairly normal occurence. If they aren't switching them and they have all been the same dose made by the same company, then you need to see if they carry it made by a different manufacturer and try that. As to the manufacturer, it depends on which you are taking, a generic or the name brand?

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