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Re: Wellbutrin vs. Wellbutrin SR

Posted by JohnB on August 4, 1999, at 17:16:51

In reply to Wellbutrin vs. Wellbutrin SR, posted by LD on August 4, 1999, at 7:59:14

I've taken Wellbutrin (reg and SR) over the last 4 years; it's been the most helpful, side-effect-free, and smoothest acting AD of the many I have been on. I think you'll benefit from a switch to WellbutrinSR. The benefits are delivered gradually and consistantly across the day. The overall theraputic effect, though, should be the same whether or not you take SR.
I would say that you should wait 2 or 3 more weeks before coming to any conclusions about subtle side-effects. The jitters/anxiety should lessen over time. But give it a chance to work first; then, try the SR version. Your body will tell you.

Good luck.




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