Wellbutrin When Did You Feel The Effects

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Heather Says:


When you first started taking Wellbutrin how soon did you know it was working?



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Linda Says:

I was prescribed recently wellbutrin xl 150. After 2 weeks and good effects such as waking up easy and alert, feeling"lifted" my psych. chose to up the dose to 300. I have been on this for 1 week my side effects arent as good example- drowsy and harder to wake up- not having that same lift as with 150. How long should I wait before I request changing back to 150?

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Verwon Says:

It can take 4 to 6 weeks for these types of medications to reach their full effectiveness in the body, you'll usually notice because it is around the same time that the side effects will hit their peak and start to taper off.

If they don't, or if they get more severe, that is when you should consult your doctor about the problem.


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Stephanie Says:

After two weeks on 150 I'm feeling great and getting up and smoking barely at all. I also quit drinking two weeks prior and think it is helping with getting off alcohol as well.

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BikiBoo Says:
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I just started taking the generic form of Wellbrutin. I have had some insomnia and I have IBS. Would like to know how safe this product is. I am taking 150 mg.HCL XL. How long do the side effects take to wear off? Dry mouth, constipation, and dry sinuses.

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