What Medications Can I Not Mix With Bupropn Hcl

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Verwon Says:

Bupropion is an antidepressant that is also used for smoking cessation.

As to the medications it should not be used with, I checked and there are actually over 300 different ones, so far too many for me to list here.

However, if you have specific ones that you are looking for information on, I will gladly look them up for you.

Can you post back with more information?

One medication class I can tell you that you have to stay away from are MAOIs.


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