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Re: Wellbutrin

Posted by Bob on December 24, 1999, at 11:01:35

In reply to Re: Wellbutrin, posted by S. Suggs on December 18, 1999, at 13:24:25

> Karen, Good question. I'd guess that it has to do with the strength of each tablet, sustained or regular release. Probably, there is a reason that deals with FDA submission with the package insert. The regular release does leave your system faster and therefore could warrant a 50 mg per day higher dose..big guess on my part.

Seems pretty sound, Suggs.
Also pretty damn inconvenient. My HMO wouldn't pay for 120 100mg-SR tablets so I could be at 400/d, but it *would* allow me to pay two $10 copays so I could get 60 150mg and 30 100mg tablets. Bastages. Ice holes! Grrrrrr.





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