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Re: Postive experiences with Wellbutrin SR

Posted by super on June 1, 2001, at 23:12:36

In reply to Re: Postive experiences with Wellbutrin SR Wendy B., posted by pellmell on June 1, 2001, at 14:33:09

I also take Depakote, which may counteract the weight-controlling nature of Wellbutrin. Who knows--maybe I would have gained 50 points if not for the Wellbutrin...
> > I still maintain, and this theory may hold absolutely no water, scientifically speaking, that Wellbutrin helps with compulsions, and with obsessive activities like smoking and over-eating and ruminating...
> >
> Yes, yes, YMMV. I didn't mean to imply that one should generalize from my experience, just that sometimes in some people these drugs don't do what they're supposed to (something that any frequenter of this board knows).
> I think the most delinquent neurotransmitter in my brain is serotonin, which it seems Wellbutrin compensates for only obliquely (and in my case insufficently).
> Yeah, I really wanted it to work for me, and because of it's benign side-effect profile I'm somewhat jealous of anyone for whom it works. :)
> So far so good on Remeron, though (i'm on my second week, and the positive effects have started to kick in).
> -pm




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