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Re: Strattera, Buspar, Wellbutrin disney4

Posted by not exactly on January 29, 2003, at 17:09:11

In reply to Re: hypersensitivity, depression not exactly, posted by disney4 on January 29, 2003, at 14:30:58

> Have you heard of any one getting TD from Buspar?

Nope. The PDR mentions it as a theoretical possibility (based on Buspar's receptor affinities), but claims it's never happened.

> would you know if Wellbutrin and Straterra work on the same neurotransmitters?

Strattera is very specific to norepinephrine (that's its claim to fame). My understanding about Wellbutrin is that it affects norepinephrine primarily, but also affects dopamine & serotonin to lesser extents.


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