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Re: Wellbutrin and insomnia/panic attack

Posted by Linda on March 5, 2000, at 14:13:45

In reply to Wellbutrin and insomnia/panic attack, posted by Jim on March 3, 2000, at 10:33:53

It is common for Wellbutrin to initially cause some agitation/anxiety that usually subsides in apx. 2 weeks. Because of this, it is important to start your therapy at a lower dose. The literature for Wellbutrin recommends at least three days of a lower starting dose; but, some patients benefit from an even longer (up to 2 weeks) initial dosing period. It this med worked for you in the past, it will probably be beneficial to you now - just start slow. Based on the little bit of info you supplied, it is doubtful that you have developed a new anxiety d/o. Of course, if this continues, it is best to let a professional evaluate your conditition.




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