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Re: nightmares on wellbutrin? Garnet71

Posted by overtheedge on January 17, 2009, at 9:45:35

In reply to Re: nightmares on wellbutrin? overtheedge, posted by Garnet71 on January 17, 2009, at 0:06:53

maybe thats it i am just remembering them , never remember having dreams like this. they actually scare me. when i was on zoloft i never had this problem..... well i stopped taking it and well see what happenns thanks for you advice

> I've never had that experience from Wellbutrin. In fact,it had the least side effects of any anti depressant I've ever taken.
> I have had vivid dreams from SSRIs. I'm not sure if Wellbutrin has that same effect..but do you think you are remembering your dreams more? Wondering if it could be that you've been having nightmares, but due to the Wellbutrin, you are simply remembering them more. Don't know.
> When I take antidepressants, it seems I dream all night long, I remember them better. But I don't remember having any nightmare in my lifetime, but a couple of dreams that were bad because someone I loved was hurt. Never nightmares.
> When I took Zoloft once, for a second time, I was having scary thoughts, not dreams, but sort of like daydreams. I kept thinking of ugly things and ugly activities. This sounds stupid, but i would visualize a family member stuffing food in their mouth, or people i know with their faces messed up. Never had thoughts like this before.. It was so weird and frightening. I quit taking it after a week because of this.
> Hope someone here can answer your question.




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