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Re: Wellbutrin SR... vs. regular.. lower temps. terra miller

Posted by Cam W. on March 1, 2001, at 0:42:03

In reply to Re: Wellbutrin SR... vs. regular.. lower temps. Cam W., posted by terra miller on February 28, 2001, at 23:50:59

Terra - For you, it sounds like 75mg three times daily may be the way to go, especially if your body reacts the way you describe to the SR tablets.

As for low body temperature, I have not heard of Wellbutrin causing this, but I am not a diagnostician, so I am not able to adequately give you a differential diagnosis on this. - Cam




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