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Re: strattera and wellbutrin keffrey

Posted by Lasagne on September 2, 2003, at 14:27:56

In reply to Re: strattera and wellbutrin, posted by keffrey on September 1, 2003, at 7:29:01

> Does anyone have any experience with Wellbutrin and strattera? My 12 year old son has been on Wellbutrin for over a year with pretty good social skills related results. However, Wellbutrin has done nothing for pretty severe attention issues. We are now considering Strattera for those.
> Thanks

Reply to above post: We don't have experience with Wellbutrin and Strattera combined, but my son does take Celexa (another antidepressant) with the Strattera. Right now he is having great results on both medications. He is 11 years old and he takes 25 mgs. of Strattera in the a.m. and 50 mgs. of Strattera in the evening along with his Celexa.
My husband takes Wellbutrin and it does have some effect on the impulsiveness of ADD, yet alone it doesn't give enough control so my husband takes Concerta (time release Ritalin) with it. The Wellbutrin mostly helps keep my husband's mood stabilized and the Ritalin helps keep him focused and not so impulsive or hyper.
Good luck!




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