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Re: Wellbutrin for OCD? Phillipa

Posted by yxibow on October 15, 2006, at 2:47:30

In reply to Re: Wellbutrin for OCD?, posted by Phillipa on October 14, 2006, at 10:43:11

Wellbutrin is not good for OCD, if you suffer from generalized anxiety and OCD, at least from my experience. I took it with a little Klonopin -- partially because I needed to counteract its hyperactive effects and partially to cover any issues with seizures (not particularly present with SR and XR unless there is a seizure disorder present).

Eventually I had some very modest depression improvement, hyperactive sexual thoughts and impulses (okay, feeling good about sex I suppose is depression lifting though sometimes excessive -- anyhow.. :P), and I couldn't fall asleep for pure OCD obsessions and repetitive thoughts created by the fact that Wellbutrin is related to Tenuate, a no longer prescribed (I think still available) diet drug that is related to the phenylamines (amphetamine class drugs).

-- tidings





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