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Re: A collection of random med questions merpmerp

Posted by tensor on January 4, 2011, at 10:59:13

In reply to Re: A collection of random med questions, posted by merpmerp on January 4, 2011, at 8:56:16

> One further random question I had...
> -Why is Wellbutrin the only one in its class (as far as I know of)? After the success of Prozac, companies were rushing out their own SSRIs to compete. Why has that not been the case with Wellbutrin?

Probably because it's difficult to hit the sweet spot with DAT occupancy. Too little and you won't notice it. Too much and it will produce (God forbid! :)) euphoria and be abusable.
Actually there are substances with similar mechanisms but are stronger; methylphenidate and amphetamines and derivatives.





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