Buproban Active Ingredients

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Do this contain MAOI? I have a prescription of buproban as part of a quit smoking program. I also have a cold and would like to use my regular program of using Alka-Seltzer Plus but see a warning about not using Alka-Seltzer with medicine contaning MAOI.



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Crystal Says:

Buproban, active ingredient is Bupropion may interact with Maoi. I would avoid combining the two.

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