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Re: the hypertensive part.. rsk

Posted by twinleaf on June 2, 2009, at 21:25:13

In reply to Re: the hypertensive part.. rsk twinleaf, posted by rskontos on June 2, 2009, at 17:02:15

When I first went on Wellbutrin, my BP went from about 110/70 to 150/90. My pdoc. who kept checking, said the increase was definitely due to the Wellbutrin. He wanted to add an anti-hypertensive, which he described as "routine" with Wellbutrin, but I didn't want to. So, in my mind, there's a pretty definite connection.

I know it's not the whole story for you, though.(ir wasn't for me either) It's been about two years since I've had a severe panic attack, with really high blood pressure, but I used to have them quite often. I think the analytic therapy has had a lot to do with my pretty much getting over them. I know I've been in therapy longer than you- so I think things will get much easier for you too in the future. Hope so!




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