Best Generic Bupropion 75mg Sandoz Or Apotex

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Kristi L Maske Says:
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Mhich one is better? My son use to take bupropion Hcl 75mg from Sandoz Pharm. but when we bought our house and moved we swapped Pharmacies. They carry bupropion Hcl 75mg from Apotex Corp. I've noticed that he isn't able to focus as much, he impulse reacts more, and he takes longer to go to sleep, along with other small differences. Can this be because the bupropion from Apotex Corp. doesn't work as well for him as from Sandoz Pharm. I'm almost sure if it to be honest. Should I transfer and fill it elsewhere?



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Alice Says:
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Most defintely transfer script. Ive been taking Sandoz bupropion and love it. Had it filled the other day, they gave me Mylan brand and it did nothing for me except make my bp go up. Imo Sandoz is holy grail for wellbutrin generic. Hope he gets to feeling better!!

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Bill Says:

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I agree that Sandoz is a reliable bupropion. I have been taking it for years with no problems. There may be other good brands on the market but I do not want to be
the one will test it. I have had problems with other brands in the past.
My pharm just refilled my prescription with a different brand. I refused to accept it.
They are placing an order for Sandoz to fill my prescription. I have enough to get me by until it comes in. Do not wait until the last minute to get a refill. You may be stuck with taking another brand.


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Dora Says:
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Just switched from Apotex to Sandoz. Not working for me but everyone is different.


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