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Differences between Wellbutrin and Wellbutrin SR?

Posted by terra miller on February 26, 2001, at 21:23:46

Can somebody tell me or provide a link where I can research the differences/effects/side-effects of Wellbutrin (the plain old thing, compared to the SR version)?

I'm taking Well. SR now, but I seem to be metabolizing it faster than usual (pdoc's thoughts) and if 100mg twice a day doesn't work, he thinks 75mg might be the next option to try though it is not SR.

Thing is, Well. SR doesn't feel SR to me. I feel it the whole time. I can tell when it kicks in, when it peaks and when it is declining below acceptable levels. It's a total bell-curve.

I am stabilizing on the Well. SR and liking it, except for the hypothermia/sore hands and eye strain. (The eye strain side-effect is familiar from my time on serzone.)

Thanks for the input, again.





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