Venlafaxine Er 37 5

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Tona Says:


Dr give me Venlafaxine ER 37.5 I took 1 pill a day after a week increase to 2 pills a day.. well I finish the medication and my Dr didnt give me refills so for 5 days I had the most horrible withdrawals so I started to take Bupropion hcl xl 300mg twice a day and by the second day I fealt great.Now my question is this. Did I made a mistake by taking the Bupropion twice a day to stop the withdrawals and Now that I have the Venlafaxine should I started to take it again or should I keep taking the Bupropion xl 300mg twice a day. Iam just affraid to go to the withdrawals of the medication.



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Verwon Says:

There are no severe withdrawal effects to these types of medications, unless someone's been taking them for a very long time. If you'd only started recently then you may have experienced some mild rebound symptoms, but that's all.

And yes, you shouldn't have started taking a different medication, you should have contacted your docotr about being out early, so that you could continue taking the one you were prescribed.

Learn more Venlafaxine details here.

Learn more Bupropion details here.

What I would suggest is talking to your doctor and telling them the problem, so they can help you decide which medication is best for you.

Are there any other questions or comments?

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Harold jackson regular Pharmacist Says:
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Dr is prescribed venlafaxine 37.5 mg and bupropion sr 150 mg ?? What is the interaction?

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Vicki Says:
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Myv daughter takes venlafaxine and she stop ..I notice she was very irritable and neg...then I found out and made her take them again that going cold turkey isn't the way. .so I would disagree withdrawalswith this med is very real..


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