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Re: Budeprion (Generic) vs. Wellbutrin mom2

Posted by 30years on February 18, 2008, at 3:51:40

In reply to Re: Budeprion (Generic) vs. Wellbutrin, posted by mom2 on January 12, 2008, at 15:34:15

> I got my Wellbutrin XL filled yesterday, and
> also was switched to the generic Budeprion XL
> without notice from the pharmacy. I am curious
> if there is anyone that has taken the Budeprion
> XL without any problems? I am nervous about
> taking a generic for depression when the brand
> works so well. Thanks!

I've never noticed any difference whatsoever between the brand and the generics over the 30 years I've been taking medication (and that's about all of them--I'm treatment resistant). They are chemically identical, which means there is no way your body can tell the difference (as long as the generic is identical in all aspects; for example: immediate release, sustained release (SR), extended release (XR or XL), etc.)

My guess is that for those that notice a difference, it is either psychological or symptoms that would have occurred regardless. Aspirin is aspirin, regardless of what brand you buy.




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