Wellbutrin Purpose

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Purpose of spreading out dosages?
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I'm on week three of Contrave. I take 1pill in the morning with my wellbutrin and 2pills late afternoon. Yesterday I woke late so I took my morning dose late, I probably took the afternoon dose3 to 4hours later. About an hour or so later I got super nauseous and got sick! Is it possible that taking them too close together made me sick? Why is it recommended to take them 12 hours apart, is it because of the side effects are greater when you take the dosages to close together? ## Yes, that is one of the reasons, the higher the dosage taken closer together, the more severe the side effects, according to the FDA, which may also include nervousness, and insomnia. Another reason is due to the fact that all medications only last for a certain amount of time in the human body, so some must ... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Contrave.
Sun, Mar 19 '17, 8:32 PM
Is Buprop 12 SR Tab 150mg(w) and Bupropion SR 150mg comproable?
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I have two prescriptions of Bupropion. One is Buprop 12 SR Tab 150mg(W) the other Bupropion SR 150mg tablet. Are they the same for all intent and purpose? ## Yes, they are both the same medication, Bupropion, in a 150mg time released formulation, the active ingredient in Wellbutrin. This is used to treat depression and nicotine addiction. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, weight gain and dry mouth. Read more: Are there any comments or questions? ## I started taking Wellbutrin SR, now 2 different meds have been substitued Budeprion SR & Buprop 12 SR. Are these meds all the same and/or what is the difference? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Bupropion.
Thu, Jun 23 '11, 6:04 AM

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