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Anybody need a review of it? Ive taken it since September of last year or early october of last year. I'm experiencing a withdrawal right now cause I really dont want to rely on these pills f anything antidepressants should be temporarily. Ask away im up a lot
@Siddhesh Parulekar yeah I experienced anhedonia aswell I didnt ven feel like doing anything not even the things I'm passionate for, even food didnt taste good at all I was getting pretty irritated and aggresive cause I couldnt do the activities I liked and school work was unfullfilling . quit it if it goes to an extreme segnificant extent. But its takes 2 to 4 weeks for it to take affect in your body
I got diagnosed as ADHD, and the doctor gave me Strattera prescription. I haven't got the medication, because this Finnish byrocracy (IS THIS A WORD?) hehh, sorry for my "english", but can you make video about Strattera (ATOMOXETINE)? So I could understand better that medication. P.S. Your videos are AWESOME !!!
Took this to replace any other antidepressant, but I quickly found that it stops working after about a month of taking. I think it definitely helped my sexual stimulation but I noticed more forgetfulness while on it and lack of feeling emotions and going through the motions.
ive been taking this for 2 weeks now and have cussed out about 4 ppl at work since...im not usually that guy and theyre scared of me now. i think this pill has been making me really irritable. is this also a side effect anybody else has experienced.
took 3000 mg my first time and yeah you trip balls, i had a conversation with a vacuum cleaner twice , once because i thought it was my mom, second time cus i thought it was my roommate. Its probably worth noting that the vacuum itself was a hallucination, it was all in my head. Oh yeah vomited for 30 minutes straight and had to lay down and focus on my breathing to calm down. It was so strange because it feels delirious and speedy at the same time. I recommend for the REAL ONES but not 3000 mg that just was phew like id probably be fine now with proper research but i was freaked out.
This medication has helped me tremendously! My only side effect is dry mouth which has been absolutely horrid. Which even though it’s horrible, I would still never consider to stop taking this medication because of how much it has helped me. I also smoke so that doesn’t make the dry mouth any better lol
"Depression" is a piss-poor name for a highly physical condition. The video correctly indicates that instant release vs. sustained release can make a big difference. The SR does not work for me whereas the IR does. My maternal grandfather killed himself in the mid-1960's, my mom said it was because he was sad all the time. In my 40's an intense anxiety started growing inside me leading to sadness and a feeling of worthlessness. After one week of Wellbutrin it was as if I had been reborn. After a few weeks, the stuff "kicks me off of it" and when the symptoms recur, just a few days of treatment takes me out of the hole. I tend to wait too long to resume using it. Most recently, my knees hurt badly. It was hard to walk. I was dreading loss of mobility !! One morning I woke up and noticed I was clenching my leg muscles in my sleep !!!! 2 days of Wellbutrin and knees are fine after suffering and worrying about it 2 months !!!
Who the hell is popping Wellbutrin for fun? I tried it twice for my ADHD, and it made me moody, sweaty, and gassy... I can handle the depressive thoughts, but combined with gassy and sweaty it was hell.
Can you point me to some reading on receptors and their agonists? If this stuff impacts the same receptors as nicotine, would that mean it provokes the same response? Is bupropion addictive? Is there a reason why nicotine would be carcinogenic while other similar agonists are not? (getting tangential but I'm curious)
P.S. I don't think I saw a video on cipralex/escitalopram. I'd be very much interested in one of those, they had me on it for years.
Wellbutrin is not addictive, was on 300mg XL daily for almost a year I switched insurance and went without for 6 months. Didn't have any sort of withdrawal. I felt completely normal for about a month then my depression slowly started getting worse until it was so bad I found a new doctor and got back on it again. IMO it's miracle drug for certain people with depression
Friend has been on for 16 year [generic 150mg ER] seems like the positive affects are wearing off. She was also precribed Zanax now as her best friend had passed away a couple of months ago, her dr gave her that just to take the edge off. Not sure if that is a good combo.
Shit made me suicidal and caused me to smoke more bc of it. Doctor trynna tell me to keep taking it
I wish t worked for me like it did for others in the comments. I just want something that’ll help me without making me feel like I’m forced to be happy and will help me eat more.
So this stuff is an antinicotinic? Could this hypothetically lead to some antinicotinic effects similar to antimuscarinic ones? Would it result in some sort of delirium or so? I am still trying to find another way of producing deliriant-like hallucinations other than antimuscarinic.
I have ADHD and probably severe depression. After using cocaine once two days ago, I've noticed a dramatic decrease in my depression. Would it be logical to infer from this, that since cocaine works on Dopamine, and Wellbutrin is an NDRI, that Wellbutrin could be effective for me to help manage it?
If it helps, they had me on this when I was around 8 years old. I can't recall if it did anything, I wasn't very depressed back then
Please remember everyone, every drug affects every body differently.
This drug in addition to my SSRI's have been very effective for me, however as some comments here show this drug only made them feel worse than before. But please, if you've had a bad experience with this drug, don't demonize it and call it a bad chemical, because it is one of the best antidepressants out there and has helped many people immensely.
If you are thinking of trying this drug for your treatment, don't be shyed away by people's horror stories, because chances are you won't have the same experience as them.
Agreed, when I tried SSRIs they made me feel hot, dizzy, nauseated, messed with my memory and coordination and didn't help at all. I gave up for a year then went back and got Wellbutrin which helped me a ton with very minimal and short lasting side effects. For anyone with severe depression it's worth trying various drugs until you find one that works for you.
works for me along with valium and gabapentin. does increase my anxiety thou, wouldn't be able to take it without the valium and gaba. good for people who eat out of boredom, probably why it helps people stop smoking? also I live in the u.p. where we get shit weather 6-8 months out of the year it does work for s.a.d. definitely better than ssri's which are garbage.
I should ad I am on 150mg Sr 1-2x/day some days I don't take it at all, this weather has me back on 2x/day. it does work for concentration. I responded horribly to the xr version, made me feel like I was crashing all the time.
arron frederick Dopamine is released when you smoke, which means when this drug keeps your dopamine around for longer and let's it begin to collect in higher numbers you won't want to smoke, as your brain detects that you already have that dopamine in your body.
Would there be any negative effects for someone to take this while recovering from years of meth use? Would it harm their recovery or would it be unhealthy to start while the brain recovers? Severe anhedonia is present.
yes i have experience taking wellbutrin for the purpose of treating the damage done by amphetamines. it makes not just a noticeable but a huge difference. its almost like a methadone/suboxone equivalent but for stimulant PAWS instead.
I would seriously consider trying it for your recovery. It's been studied but results have been inconsistent, unfortunately. I believe it may very well assist recovery but not in every case which is mostly the case. Try NAC also, n - acetyl cysteine it's looking promising in studies.
I take bupropion for my depression and ADD. At first I took 150mg and the first week was horrible. I was maybe even more depressed than before but because my doctor told me that could happen and it would only last 1 week maximum I knew I wouldn't feel like that forever. After the first week I didn't notice much difference before I was taking bupropion. My doctor upped the dosis to 300mg and immediately after taking it the first time I felt like a whole different person. I can even sit still and focus on my work now and I feel better than I have in a long time.
I also smoke weed to help me sleep and I had no bad experiences with it so far.
I've been on 300mg for 2 and a half years. I was on celexa only for a long time before I finally added Bupropion. When I was on only celexa I would often get strong waves of depression and hopelessness. I was emotionally unstable and felt drained all the time. I was definitely lacking something in my brain and when I started taking Bupropion it felt like it replenished whatever I was missing. It took away the overbearing waves of emotional pain that used to overcome me all the time. That being said, although I consider it a huge help, I still get depressed sometimes but I've been able to pull myself out way easier ever since taking Bupropion I've never experienced any side effects other than dry mouth. I sleep fine but then again I've always struggled with chronic fatigue. I don't know if Bupropion made a huge difference in that regard but maybe that's because I'm just a naturally low energy person.
I've been on it for about three years and it's been good. The reason I'm stopping is because the tinnitus is getting so bad I cannot stand it. After going through a battery of hearing tests, bupropion side effects was ruled the cause. Sadly everything has a trade off.
This is the best antidepressant I've been prescribed and I take it with a mood stabilizer (Lamictal) because I was also diagnosed Bipolar 2... I have had major depression and Lamictal helped that also. Whenever I've tried other antidepressants they have made me feel weird or 'manic' irritable etc.
My will power allowed me to quit smoking the 2nd day of taking Bupropion! I still get the cravings but I immediately put my focus on something else. I'm on my 5th day smoke free! My daughter is extremely happy. God is good!
Since I have been discharged from mental hospital I am facing problem of fatigue/strain, feeling like layer covered the whole brain, less energy in brain cells, no capacity to workout/duties, insomnia. To whomsoever psychiatrist I have consulted they are prescribing antidepressants/antipsychotic (escitalopram, etizolam,sodium valproate, bupropion,zolpidem,etc.). Is this the only way to overcome such problems? is there any psychiatrist to answer me for this?
Edward Charles The instant release variant will definitely get you “strung out”, if you destroy the time released mechanism by cutting up the pills, leading to an Amphetamine like high, that is if you’re taking high dosages.
Empire Aachen are you talking to me? Anyway yes. I even found more information the booklet that the medication comes with says take it at night and I started taking at night along with my sequel and still no change.
I've taken wellbutrin xl 150mg for 2 years and have smoked weed on it with no issue. I'm not much of a drinker but I've drank while on it as well with the same effects I would get when not on it. But this is just my experience.
These medications are subjective. Wellbutrin is probably the most benign antidepressants and effective and easy to discontinue if chosen. It can cause insomnia but if you dose early in the day and gradually increase it over time that can be avoided. Most comment that are negative I'm assuming expect a magic wand. Also expect results right away. Depression is work and medication is a small part of working out of it. Also taking medical advice from a stranger off YouTube kind of indicates your crazy. Personally Wellbutrin , and tried em all, was the one that gave me a proactive push. One I truly don't like is Effexor . Getting off it is truly awful. Think you were depressed before, that i.m.o. is poison. BUT everyone is wired differently. Everyone has different types depression. Nobody has the power to get you out of depression but you. It's a job. You want it done to your satisfaction then do it, the experience will be a skill set that serves you well. Also not every depressive episode is the same so if you feel yourself slipping into something know it's not a repetition of the last or the worse.
I'm prescribed effexor and was given Bupropion to.. Ummm.. Help the effexor I guess? Anyway I agree about effexor. I get terribly irritable and experience brain zaps if I miss a couple doses of that shit. Haven't been on the Bupropion long enough to experience any good or bad effects yet.
I keep hearing opposite opinions about taking Bupropion while smoking weed. Is it safe to do? I was prescribed Bupropion as an anti-depressant and stopped taking it after the first couple days due to increased anxiety but I want to try using it again to see if it works. I haven't gone to get a new prescription yet so I'm currently still prescribed it and have some and wanted to try it again today.
It's a stimulant. If you snort one....it will burn the fuckbout of your whole face and nosd. But it is like taking a hit of cocaine.. that being said, I'd you do it, you just might have a seizure or worse. Don't do it. I did my whole script. One night.... i destroyed my apartment and tried to kill myself by taking 38 Clonazepam
same thing i am taking 150mg of Wellbutrin extended release there big pink round pilld with a E on front and 1111 on the back they also give me ear ringing like somebody lit a firecracker next to my ear for like 5 seconds it also makes me paranoid and talk fast especially when i drink a few rockstar energy drinks or hot coffee i can start wigging out i have to tell my brain to relax i been on it almost 2 weeks hope it gets better i have depression
Seizures are usually connected to GABA receptors... like Benzodiazepine Withdrawal can cause.
Ooh so I just hit the part ,, I keep forgetting how detailed this guy is....
So in the high dose GABA must be affected indirectly?