Welbutrin? (Thread 176219)

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small white round tablet inscribed with A 102



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Verwon Says:

I can't find anything listed under this, can you please double check the imprint?

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alice akrish Says:

I get bupropion xl 300mg tablets, and they say a 102 on them. It used to be an oval pill (light yellow, number 682) Don't worry it is the Generic. =)

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Verwon Says:

Thank you Alice for providing this information.


Sometimes generics are released so fast, that it takes awhile for the professional prescription databases to keep up, so some things aren't always found listed right away when they are new on the market.


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alice akrish Says:

it is A102, not 102, by the way. =)

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Verwon Says:

Thanks Alice, I did find it listed under the A 102, the professional database I use updates regularly and this one was just added.

It is Bupropion 300mgs, a generic for Wellbutrin XL.


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