Bupropion Hcl Xl Difference

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bupropion hcl xl 300
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round off white with WPI 3332 ## It doesn't seem to have the same effect as wellbuterin xl 300. Headaches.... ## And you are just one of the many, many people in recent months who has complained about this exact same pill. Contrary to what you are told by doctors and pharmacist, generics DO NOT HAVE TO BE EXACTLY like the name brand, there are allowed to be some difference and for some people, even though these differences are considered minor, it is enough to mean that a generic will not work for them as well as the name brand. I suggest speaking to your doctor about the problem, you may need them to prescribe it as 'brand medically necessary' or see if other pharmacies in your area carry one that is made by a different company. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Bupropion.
Wed, Jan 02 '08, 4:22 AM
Bupropion Hcl Xl Tabs
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What is the difference between bupropion hcl xl and buproprion xl ## This type of thing often confuses people and I understand why. However, there is no difference. They are both the same medication, the hcl just hasn't been listed on both of them. It stands for hydrochloride and designates the specific chemical salt that the medication is derived from, but it doesn't have to be included on a prescription or medication label. I hope this clears it up for you! You can learn more Bupropion details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## What is the difference in Bupropion HCL and the generic wellbutrin SR ## You are wrong about that. They are not the same. I Take the Wellbutrin XL and twice they tried to switch me to the HCL. As soon as I start taking the supposedly same ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Bupropion.
Tue, Nov 03 '15, 12:39 PM
bupropion hcl er 200mg.
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round pill pink 555 ## I was just switched from Bupropion SR 150 3x a day to Buprobion ER 200 2x a day. But the pharmacy label on the new bottle says Buproprion HCL ER 200 and below that generic for Bupropion HCL SR 200 but it's only twice a day. I thought only the brand (XL) was still the only 2x a day version. So now I'm totally confused about the difference between SR, ER, and XL. I'd been feeling worse, but the last 3x a day was for 150. So seems like now my dosage has been reduced? Does this make sense. (My doctor also has a pharmacy degree, and gets *very* annoyed at being questioned about my medicines.) I feel so dumb, but I just can't figure this out. Could someone here please straightened me out--unconfuse me? Thanks very much! ...
Updated 9 years ago in Bupropion.
Sun, Mar 02 '08, 3:12 PM
Bupropion HCL XL 150 Mg Wpl 3331
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Current Bupropion HCL XL150 MB TABGLO are yellow oblong pills that are press-stamped 681. New Rx refill is Bupropion HC XL150 MG Tablets are small white pills tab ink stamped WPI 3331...is there just a difference in manufacturer? ## Yes, that is correct, they are both the same medication, in the same dosage and formulation, just made by different companies. It is common for a pharmacy to switch which one they provide, depending on who was offering the cheapest price whenever they needed to restock. Is there anything else I can help with? ## What exactly is the difference in Bupropion HCL XL and Bupropion SR? ## I have been taking Bupropion HCL XL 150 mg round white tablets for several years. Several months ago, my pharmacist refilled my prescription with a different color and shaped pil... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Bupropion.
Wed, Mar 01 '17, 3:06 PM
Bupropion HCL 150mg 24HR SA Tab
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I've been taking this medication for almost 4 weeks. The first two weeks taking the medication was great, but these last two weeks has been horrible. I've been having motion sickness for two weeks and a lil dizziness every once in awhile. It has helped with my nightmares, but I get so discouraged because the motion sickness is depressing. I wanted to see if the A101 pill or the 3331 150mg pill will make a difference. I've seen XL, SA and SR and it all confuses me why there are so many pills that are related to this medication. I am going to see if my Dr. can change it to a different number, the #13 pill is terrible. ## When a medication is available as a generic it is usually manufactured by various different pharmaceutical companies, whichever one you receive from any given... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Bupropion.
Wed, May 24 '17, 9:36 PM
Wellbutrin, Bupropion, Buprop 24 XL
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I took Wellbutrin and Wellbutrin XL for several years. It worked well for depression. I was then switched to the generic, Bupropion Hcl XL. This also worked well. I was then switched to "Buprop 24 XL". After a month or so, I had serious side effects. (Muscle spasms, increased depression, and my hands shook such that it affected my writing and the use of a keyboard.) About 2 months ago I switched back to the brand drug, Wellbutrin, and am almost back to normal. If Buprop 24 XL is identical to Wellbutrin (and to Bupropion), why the side effects? What companies make each of the three different drugs? ## Well to be honest, the generics and name brands aren't necessarily identical. I know they tell you that and they do so because for most people, it doesn't make a difference.... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Wellbutrin.
Sun, Jul 14 '13, 4:02 AM
Bupropion Xl - change in generic tablet recently
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Have been using Bupropian HCL XL 300 mg tabs for over 5 years. The markins have always been A102 from Anchen manufacturing. Now I received a M B9 pill fro Mylan pharma - which has alot of different ingredients than the other. I have had ZERO luck with taking different manufacturing products over the years. DOes anyone know where I can get a clear view on the difference in these pills . Drugs.com has the inactive ingredients. Called doctor also, but they are more of a try and see type. Anyone have issues with M B9 ## Well, unfortunately, your doctor is right, there's really no way to know how it may affect you, until you try it. Did you take any, yet? If you do have a problem with them, you can always ask your pharmacy if they can order the other ones back in for you. ## I have not t... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Bupropion.
Sat, Jan 19 '13, 10:17 PM
White Oblong pill with I on one side and 13 on the other
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I picked up my prescription for bupropion HCL XL and noticed the shape and imprint is different than it's ever been. It is an oblong tablet with "I" on one side and 13 on the other. There are no score lines. I'm unable to find it through any search and want to make sure it's the correct medication. Any help is appreciated. ## It's just a change in Manufacturer. I noticed the difference too today when picking up my prescription. If you go to Cipla USA's website, they have the image and description of the updated pill. Before this one, I had the round pill with A 101 printed on it, but that was manufactured by a different company. ## I have been trying to find this same pill I picked up at my pharmacy days ago. My bupropion xl never looked like this. Thank you ... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Bupropion.
Tue, Sep 12 '17, 2:14 PM
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a round medium sized, white colred, thick pill with the numbers 141 written on one side and nothing on the other side ## I did find a pill that is white, has 141 on it, and nothing on the other side. The only difference is it has an E in front of 141. Click on the link below to view the pill... If this is your pill it is Oxaprozin, Oxaprozin is used to relieve the inflammation, swelling, stiffness, and joint pain associated with osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. If this is not your pill, please post back with more information about your pill so I can help you better. ## Bupropion hydrochloride (HCl) extended release (XL) 150mg Round, off-white tablet with 141 stamp Mfg: Actavis ...
Updated 8 years ago in Oxaprozin.
Tue, Mar 31 '09, 4:11 PM
buprop sr
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round white number wpi 3331 made by watson labs would like specifics on safe levels what to do if missed ## Buproprion is an antidepressant that is also used to help with smoking cessation. The maximum daily dose shouldn't exceed 450mgs, taken as directed by your doctor or pharmacist. If you miss a tablet, you should take it as soon as you remember, unless it is almost time for the next dose, in this case, skip the missed dose and take the new one, then continue with your regular dosing schedule. Are there any questions or comments? ## Can anyone tell me the difference between Buprop 24 XL and Bupropion HCL XL? ## Will it make me feel all fuzzy and warm? perferably in my crotch area? ;D ...
Updated 5 years ago in Bupropion.
Sun, Nov 06 '11, 3:28 PM

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