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 Post subject: Wellbutrin for PAWS
PostPosted: Tue Oct 25, 2011 11:30 am 
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I spent some time searching this forum as well as others on what people have used to help them relieve some PAWS symptoms. It sounds like many think Wellbutrin is helpful for the lack of motivation/lack of interest part of the spectrum. I'll be seeing a doctor later today to see what he thinks, but I was just wondering how helpful this medicine was to some of the other members on here.

Like many other meds, there were some horror stories about people feeling drugged up their first week on Wellbutrin, so I'm a little concerned about that.


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I never felt drugged on WB.Ive tried it on and off over the last 4 yrs.Never stayed on it more than 5 mo because of the side effects.Overall,it wasnt too bad but I didnt notice much of a difference to stay on and endure the side effects.It did help with my energy levels though.

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What sides were you having?


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