Would Paxil And Wellbutrin Thin Your Blood

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i take wellbutrin, paxil. kolatapin, and adderall could they thin your blood

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mike Says:

dose wellbutin thin your blood ??

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Verwon Says:

No, that is not a normal side effect of these medications.

The FDA lists them as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, insomnia, nervousness, and weight changes.

Are you having an issue with blood thinning? Are these the only medication you are currently taking?

What are your diagnosed medical conditions?

There is really no way to say how any medication will affect anyone that tries it, so it can't be 100% ruled out, but it is unlikely that the listed ones would cause any dangerous blood thinning.

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