Wellbutrin Xl 150 Mg Generic

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wellbutrin xl withdrawal
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Can I just stop taking 150 mg xl wellbutrin, it is my second day off and I do t feel too bad. Are the withdrawal effects yet to come. My pharmacist told me to take one and then skip one and so on till I was finished, but I have read that is not a good idea. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. ## My pdoc wanted to wean me off of 150 mg Wellbutrin XL completely. But she told me that taking it every other day would be too much of a jump. Instead, I should take 150 mg one day and 75 mg the next. However, brand Wellbutrin XL is not available in 75 mg dosage and you can't cut a 150 mg XL pill in half. She suggested that I try one of the generics which was available in 75 mg dosage. The only generic I was tolerant of was TEVA Budeprion XL. But the FDA pulled it from the market an... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Wellbutrin.
Wed, Jun 25 '14, 9:56 PM
Wellbutrin XL side effects
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already on effexor xr wondering if anyone has combined this with wellbutrin xl, if so, any side effects? ## I take 300 mg effexor xr and 150 SR bupron....generic and less bowel movements than before, more crampy but in general it works for me....want off effexor becuz I think I have built a tolerance. maybe I've lost a few pounds....feel more even, less tired all the time! honestly I never totally know with psych meds cuz they build up slow and I'm moody anyway ...hope this helped some. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Wellbutrin XL.
Thu, Oct 04 '12, 7:53 PM
is ict ethical the maker of wellbutrin xl 2013
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I have tried at least 15 meds over many years for major depression & wellbutrin is the only one that ever worked. The immediate release and the SR versions increased my problems w/anxiety, so the Dr. put me on 2pills in am of the XL 150 mg. version, and it has helped me have a life, not commit suicide, etc. Since insurers no longer want to pay for brand-name, I also tried wellbutrin XL150 mg, 2 pills in am from all 4 of the remaining generic mfgs , over the course of at least 6 mos. Felt pretty bad but hung on as I thot there was a lite at the end of the tunnel. 3 generics hd no effect, 1 had at most a quarter of the efficacy of the brand name. I don't have the name of the better one at hand, but when I find it I could post it here...Now I have a new HMO and they won't give ... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Wellbutrin.
Mon, Sep 29 '14, 6:11 PM
Buprop 24 Xl 150 Mg
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Is this the same as Wellbutrin? ## To answer your question, yes, Bupropion is the generic version of Wellbutrin (the brand name). You can view more information about this drug by visiting the link below: Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## Yes, Bupropion is the active ingredient in Wellbutrin, so it's the generic for it. Most generics are just called by the name of the active ingredient, rather than a trade name. It enables the manufacturers to save money, since doing it that way doesn't require them to file any patents or trademarks. You can learn more here: Is there anything else I can help with? ## How do you ease off Buprop. I think it's time to ween off ...
Updated 3 years ago in Wellbutrin.
Mon, Jun 09 '14, 8:32 AM
Bupropion XL by Cipla Pharmaceuticals
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My pharmacy has been giving me refills of the generic bupropion for my last two refills that are manufactured by CIPLA. The pill is oblong and has the number 13 on one side and what appears to be a capital I on the other side. I do not feel that this generic is doing much for me. I have researched this manufacture they are located in India. Approximately 45% of the medications that are sold in the United States are manufactured in foreign countries. I am going to call my pharmacy to see if they can get one of the generics that were previously dispensed to me. The buyers for drugs at pharmacies look to find lower priced drugs, which I understand. I have been taking Wellbutrin XL 150 mg three tablets daily for about eight years including the generic form. This medication helped my severe ... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Bupropion.
Fri, Aug 04 '17, 11:57 PM


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