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Re: Reboxetine or wellbutrin - stronger effect on NE??

Posted by linkadge on October 6, 2017, at 18:02:42

In reply to Re: Reboxetine or wellbutrin - stronger effect on NE??, posted by JohnBoy2000 on October 6, 2017, at 5:46:44

Reboxetine is more selective to the NE transporter. Even in therapeutic doses, Wellbutrin only inhibits ~20-30% of the NE and DA reuptake pumps.

I agree with SLS though, Wellbutrin is a much more proven antidepressant. Reboxetine didn't get approval in many countries for lack of efficacy.

Straterra also didn't make it as an antidepressant. I would say that it isn't great for energy either. I did uses it for ADD but, the side effects were harder on me than the stimulants.





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