Generic Wellbutrin

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children found pills in a home with supervised visits- found out they were some sort of generic wellbutrin; but need to know what brand they are, the makers and any info you may have, i need to research this and cannot find a whole lot on it. The pills are white, round, words- WPI 839 on the pill. need to know the dosage on this particular pill. Thank you it would be so much help if you can find any thing on this pill.



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Liza Says:

Here is some more info for you:

The drug Bupropion is indeed the generic chemical form of Wellbutrin. It is classified as an antidepressant and is commonly used to stop smoking.

The imprint WPI 839 indicates that it is the 150 mg Extended Release Tablets.

Hope this helps!

Liza


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