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Re: Wellbutrin and Loss of Concentration?

Posted by Bill LL on October 20, 2003, at 10:32:29

In reply to Wellbutrin and Loss of Concentration?, posted by Susan J on October 20, 2003, at 8:54:23

Hard to say. For some people, Wellbutrin increases concentration. Stay on the Wellbutrin no matter what. But you might want to augment with either Ritalin, Adderal, Straterra, or DMAE. The first 3 are prescription drugs. DMAE is available from vitamin stores. I have just started taking Twinlab DMAE which I researched as a good brand. One should start with 100 mg (one pill) and gradually increase to 500 mg per day if needed. I just started last week and now take 200 mg per day. I think I do see an improvement but it's too early to tell for sure. It's suppose to be very safe.

You might want to give it a try for a few weeks. If you don't see an improvement, consider asking your doctor about one of the prescription alternatives.

> Hullo,
> Sarita on the Social board suggested I look back on psycho-babble for some information on Wellbutrin and concentration problems. So I'm just gonna ask anyone if they've had this problem.
> It's hard for me to pinpoint because severe lack of concentration was one of my symptoms of depression, which I never had when I was feeling good. Now, on Wellbutrin (150mg 2x daily), I'm feeling pretty darned good mood-wise, but my concentration is still horrible.
> Still from depression? Side-effect of Wellbutrin? Anyone have any advice?
> Thanks!
> Susan




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