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Re: Can u feel emotions truly on Lexapro? pretty_paints

Posted by KathrynLex on April 13, 2004, at 18:58:37

In reply to Re: Can u feel emotions truly on Lexapro?, posted by pretty_paints on April 13, 2004, at 14:44:09

Hi Pretty_Paints,

Wellbutrin is an AD, but not an SSRI. It's in a class of meds all by itself because it works on different chemicals in the brain. SSRIs increase seritonine, while Wellbutrin affects dopamine and norepinephrine.

A lot of people find Lexapro to be very stimulating. However, it makes me extremely tired and somehow Wellbutrin counters that effect. (In addition to helping with my depression.)





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