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Re: Switching .... Austin1905

Posted by Alii on April 23, 2002, at 22:17:37

In reply to Switching from Wellbutrin to Wellbutrin SR, posted by Austin1905 on April 23, 2002, at 21:48:47

Austin1905--

Am I correct in understanding that you have now been on the generic REGULAR WB for a year? And now you want to go back to the SR version?

Any particular reason? Are you experiencing different effects from the SR vs the regular?

I started out on the regular but after a year switched to the SR due to having trouble regulating the dosaging throughout the day. My current mix is:

a.m. 100 mg WB SR
25 mg Buspar (generic)

p.m. 100 WB SR
75 mg WB regular (generic)
25 mg Buspar (generic)

I was just not able to tolerate the SR in high doses long term but cutting back and adding the regular ALONG with the SR version seems to keep the stomach woes at bay.

--Alii

and as far as switching I can't really answer that w/o knowing how each has made you react in the past. Even then I can only offer MHO.


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