For aplenzin users, does this medicine remind you of...?
is it just me, or does this drug make you feel the slightest high like pot? i have just started taking this medicine, and i get the feeling i'm high. serious answers please, thanks.
Asked by Joyce Longfellow 1 month ago.
Aplenzin has some nervous and mental side effects like: seizure (convulsions); confusion, trouble concentrating; or hallucinations, unusual thoughts or behavior. your pot like feeling may be related to those side effects.i think you should choose another way to cope depression. i personally suggest phytotherapy plus EFT( Emotional Freedom Technique) if possible. good luck dear. Answered by Kimberly Verhoff 1 month ago.
Zyban & Aplenzin + Alcohol = ....?
I'm on an anti depressant that mixes Zyban and aplenzin. Yes, I have been warned against the effects of drinking with these, seizures, violent black outs. But what I want to know is if I can come off them for the night I'd like to drink... I'm turning 18 which is the legal age in my province and I'm...
Asked by Earle Swift 1 month ago.
I'm on an anti depressant that mixes Zyban and aplenzin. Yes, I have been warned against the effects of drinking with these, seizures, violent black outs. But what I want to know is if I can come off them for the night I'd like to drink... I'm turning 18 which is the legal age in my province and I'm kind of wondering because if I can't drink on my birthday because I have to take them, I'm sure not taking them. Answered by Librada Dk 1 month ago.
Does anyone have any information on how long side effects last while taking Aplenzin (Bupropion)?
I was prescribed Aplenzin and Ativan for my anxiety disorder. I have now been on it for two weeks. Within the past week, I have been feeling very lightheaded/dizzy and nauseous. Can anyone give me an idea on how long these side effects last? It is very hard for me to do my daily routine.Btw, I am currently...
Asked by Necole Amey 1 month ago.
I was prescribed Aplenzin and Ativan for my anxiety disorder. I have now been on it for two weeks. Within the past week, I have been feeling very lightheaded/dizzy and nauseous. Can anyone give me an idea on how long these side effects last? It is very hard for me to do my daily routine. Btw, I am currently taking 174mg of Aplenzin and .75mg of Ativan, so I am on a low dosage of both. Answered by Chandra Balitas 1 month ago.
That is hard to say, the nausea might be due to the effects of bupropion on increasing dopamine in the brain that in turn stimulates the chemotrigger zone that promotes nausea. The drug literature I have read does not say anything about tolerance developing to this side effect. Aplenzin is a surprise to me, it is the hydrobromide salt of Bupropion which usually comes as a hydrochloride salt. There really is no advantage except to the drug company because there is no competition in the market for this particular salt. A lower dose would make sense but Aplenzin does not come in a lower dose. There are other drugs to choose from, it maybe that you are a slow metabolizer of the drug and are getting higher blood levels than what other people are getting. Too bad they do not have lab tests for this. So, it sounds like you need to see your doctor. If it is just a psych doctor my experience is they do not look at the whole patient to consider other possible causes of nausea, they just leave that to other doctors (not my department attitude). A pregnancy test might be reasonable. Answered by Caitlyn Cieri 1 month ago.
What does the Aplenzin pill do to you?
Does it make you lose weight? Gain weight? Eat less? Or more? Make you happier or sadder? Im kinda scared to take it since its not my usual pills that I take (Wellbutrin).
Asked by Lesha Harleston 1 month ago.
Bupropion (Wellbutrin, Wellbutrin SR, Wellbutrin XL) is used to treat depression. Bupropion (Wellbutrin XL) is also used to treat seasonal affective disorder (SAD; episodes of depression that occur in the fall and winter each year). Bupropion (Zyban) is used to help people stop smoking. Bupropion is in a class of medications called antidepressants. It works by increasing certain types of activity in the brain. Bupropion may cause side effects. Tell your doctor if any of these symptoms are severe or do not go away: * drowsiness * excitement * dry mouth * dizziness * headache * nausea * vomiting * uncontrollable shaking of a part of the body * weight loss * constipation * excessive sweating Some side effects can be serious. If you experience any of the following symptoms or those listed in the IMPORTANT WARNING section, call your doctor immediately: * seizures * confusion * hallucinating (seeing things or hearing voices that do not exist) * irrational fears * fever * rash or blisters * itching * hives * swelling of the face, throat, tongue, lips, eyes, hands, feet, ankles, or lower legs * hoarseness * difficulty breathing or swallowing * chest pain * muscle or joint pain * rapid, pounding, or irregular heartbeat Bupropion may cause other side effects. Call your doctor if you have any unusual problems while taking this medication. Consult your doctor or a pharmacist. Please see the web pages for more details on Bupropion (generic name) Aplenzin (brand name). Answered by Vince Falvey 1 month ago.
Too stark. I could take the crimson capsule, however best considering the fact that then I get to manage fact however can forget about it while I must, with out tuning out for the leisure of my existence. I'd regularly come to be like such a lot have on this century, taking a much less robust blue invoice, whether or not that capsule be medicines (authorized or unlawful), meditation, searching, excursion, exercises or TV cleaning soap operas. Too many are on a blue capsule binge. Moderation is a well factor. Peace Answered by Clarence Marvel 1 month ago.
Experience on AntiDepressants: Aplenzin, Budeprion, Wellbutrin, Zyban?
The drug is called Wellbutrin also known as Aplenzin, Budeprion, Zyban. know your experience will not be the same as mine, and everyone reacts differently to medications. But I am curious to know how it works for others, side effects, pros/ cons. Weight loss? And how long it took until you say a difference.Thank...
Asked by Aleta Kelton 1 month ago.
The drug is called Wellbutrin also known as Aplenzin, Budeprion, Zyban. know your experience will not be the same as mine, and everyone reacts differently to medications. But I am curious to know how it works for others, side effects, pros/ cons. Weight loss? And how long it took until you say a difference. Thank you! Answered by Jerome Teagues 1 month ago.
Most anti-depressants take roughly 2 months to fully kick in. They induce the creation a chemical called serotonin which basically makes you happy. However, approximately under 20% of people who take anti-depressants experience some sexual dysfunction. This sexual dysfunction can be permanent and irreversible (no need to worry though it's unlikely). So if your depression is caused due to sexual anxieties I would not take anti-depressants. Answered by Dalia Grulkey 1 month ago.
I even have in the past been on the popular Wellbutrin with out problems what so ever. Then i finished taking after many months because of the fact i did no longer choose it. regardless of the incontrovertible fact that as a results of being laid off, stress and nerve-racking continually i mandatory to come again on something. as a results of a loss of interest and money this time around I have been given the universal variety of it. I even have taken it so a techniques 8 days. And the day beforehand of this I broke out with like welts throughout that itched. Plus my lip swelled up approximately three times it is common length. i began out taken benadryl because of the fact i did no longer understand what led to it and figured it become an allergic reaction to a minimum of something. final evening i become additionally extremely under pressure and ought to now stay unsleeping. I wakened in the present day with greater welts in diverse places and extremely itchy hands and hands. My hands at the instant are swollen and the itching won't provide up no rely what I do. So i did no longer take it in the present day and am calling my doctro authentic away the next day. as a thank you to make an prolonged tale short I definately see a difference between the universal and popular sort. desire that supplies you some perception. Answered by Monty Vandee 1 month ago.
Wellbutrin didn't work for me. I don't remember side affects cuz it was so long ago. Now I take Zoloft (a.m.) and Trazodone (p.m.) - a great combo and I'm perfectly fine now. I'll always need to take them and so might you, so don't suddenly quit when you feel better. Answered by Margo Crews 1 month ago.
When I took it to quit smoking I had about a week of emotional swings. Euphoria to despair and back every half an hour or so. After that it was fine. Answered by Hester Glowacky 1 month ago.
Miss a dose of Aplenzin (Wellbutrin)?
I cannot remember if I took my pill of Aplenzin or not so I do not want to risk it and accidentally take a double dose. What will be the effects if I did not take it today thereby missing my dose for the day?
Asked by April Fosburg 1 month ago.
missing one day won't hurt you, just get back on track tomorrow. Helpful hint, buy one of those day of the week pill things to keep each pill in, you know if it's still in there that you didn't take it!! Answered by Divina Cincotta 1 month ago.
You'll by and large be k taking it the first thing, however a greater resolution is to take it the following day at lunch time, after which the following day at eight:00. That manner you are spreading the doses out somewhat extra. Answered by Marvel Buskey 1 month ago.
What is the difference between Aplenzin and Bupropion?
I would like to know the difference. I was on Bup. and switched to Apl, and am having bad side effects I didn't have before.. How do I get off of Apl.? Thanks
Asked by Teisha Lauderback 1 month ago.
Alplenzin is a different formulation of Bupropion. Wellbutrin is a hydrochloride salt and it provided in an immediate release formulation. Generic bupropion is this formulation. However you are probably taking an extended release version of Bupropion (unless you are taking it four times a day), in which case your generic bupropion would be an ER (extended release) version, but the formulation is still a hydrochloride salt. Alplenzin on the other hand is an extended release formulation with a hydrobromide salt instead of a hydrochloride. According to the patent filed for Alplenzin, this formulation gives the drug greater stability. The best way to get off Alplenzin (talking to your doctor of course) is to slowly taper off the drug. Sorry, I'm not familiar with Alplenzin so I don't know if its safe to split the tablets. Check with your doctor. Answered by Dorthey Stpeter 1 month ago.
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Have you ever taken Lesapro or Aplenzin for depression?
And how did it work for you? How long did it take to start working? Did you have increased depression the first few days??? What should I expect?
Asked by Odette Demario 1 month ago.
I take generic Wellbutrin SR (150 mg) in the morning and at lunch, and Lexapro (10 mg) with dinner, for depression and anxiety. I've been taking that for over two years, and it's working very well for me. The Wellbutrin SR seems to help me to be more alert and active - and wanting to do things - while the Lexapro makes me more mellow, and it helps me sleep better, too. They are relatively low doses of each medication, which keeps side effects at a minimum. I really can't tell I'm taking any medication at all. It takes Lexapro from four to six weeks to reach it's "full effective" level, but you can start to feel it working after a couple weeks. No, I didn't have an increase in my depression, although I hear some people claim to. That could be they expect to feel better and don't, so they think they're going the other way. Antidepressants help take the "rough edges" off your sadness, and make you feel "less sad". In short, you should feel better. Answered by Olive Dasalia 1 month ago.
I recommend to see this website: www.mindwiping.com and see what they offer. I had severed depression and now after I learned some technique from mind wiping my depression is gone, without poisoning my body with any medication. Answered by Rod Smudrick 1 month ago.
Has any one ever used Bupropion or Aplenzin to stop smoking?
If so did it feel & how long did it take?
Asked by Sheldon Korst 1 month ago.
i didnt, i quit cold turkey, but my sister in law did, she used zyban and it took two weeks to quit. She took the rest of the course as instructed, but it was temporary, she started smoking just afew months later. She then used zyban again, this time she was more determined, and quit. That was afew years ago. I also know of someone who kept smoking while taking zyban, even tho it was making the cigarettes taste horrible. It didnt work for him. So, if u truly want to quit, it will work within a couple of weeks. But if u truly want to quit, u really dont need them. Believe in urself.. Answered by Neil Dobry 1 month ago.
Would taking myself off antidepressants without my parents knowing so I can do drugs be a good idea?
I am a 15 year old boy and I've been taking antidepressants for over a year (348mg of "Aplenzin" to be specific). In March of this year, I smoked weed for the first time and I was instantly hooked. Eventually I was smoking every other day to every day. I love getting high and I will take any drug in a...
Asked by Bertie Wege 1 month ago.
I am a 15 year old boy and I've been taking antidepressants for over a year (348mg of "Aplenzin" to be specific). In March of this year, I smoked weed for the first time and I was instantly hooked. Eventually I was smoking every other day to every day. I love getting high and I will take any drug in a heartbeat (I'll hesitate when it comes to heroin or meth). But the problem is that antidepressants and drugs(I know weed and alcohol for sure) don't mix and I can prove that. Ever since I started smoking, I've been extremely depressed. I feel pretty much no excitement from anything I do. The only thing I desire to do anymore is get high. I just want to kill myself so that I can "be free". I've always had suicidal thoughts for as long as I remember but when I'm high I feel a sense of hopelessness. So more proof for this fact is that a few weeks ago, something happened that led to my mom taking all my money(so that I can't buy drugs) and didn't let me hang with friends out of the house(so that I couldn't do my friends' drugs). Because of that I was unable to smoke weed therefore the THC left my body. When that happened, I lost that sense of hopelessness. All summer I've been doing absolutely nothing because I've been trapped in the house and I'm SOOOOOOO bored...but I can say that I don't feel depressed. And that's all because the weed wasn't mixing well with the antipressants. Like I said earlier, I've wanted to kill myself for so long but for reasons which I don't feel like expanding on, I just can't. That means I have to try to be happy. And I can't be happy if my brain is getting messed up from mixing two things which aren't meant to be mixed. I really really want to get back into drugs but I don't want to end up in a deep dark hole again. Basically, I have to choose between drugs and antidepressants. The choice seems obvious, I can tell that. I bet everyone is going to tell me that I should just stop doing drugs altogether. But I want you to know that I have no problem living a life of "artificial happiness". If I was high ALL THE TIME and completely forgot what true happiness was like, I wouldn't really care. I know scientifically drugs only make you more depressed, but for me they're the only thing that make my life exciting. And I mean that. As for the antidepressants, I have no idea if they're working or not. What I do know is that they DEFINITELY have some idea on my mind. I don't know if the antidepressants are what's keeping me from going over the edge and killing myself or if they're a bunch of BS and they're not helping me at all. To get down to the whole point of this question, I was pondering whether or not to take myself off antidepressants without anybody knowing(because my parents and pyschiatrist would flip out) just so that I can do drugs. I know that's probably a dumb idea, but maybe it's not as dumb as you think. I want you to tell me what I should do, and don't tell me what I want to hear. Be honest with me. And even if you can't answer this question, can you just give one tiny piece of advice? ...Because I really need help Answered by Alberta Buzzelli 1 month ago.
It is not the mix of the antidepressant and the weed giving you that unmotivated sh*tty feeling, it is just the weed. That is why once you were off the weed you felt okay. The antidepressant is unrelated, you can do both. Weed effects chemicals in three areas of the brain: the hippocampus, responsible for short term memory; the cerebellum, an area controlling coordination; and the basal ganglia, which manages unconscious muscle movement. These are the functions that are altered by THC’s presence, which is why a marijuana user will typically experience impaired coordination, memory lapses, paranoia and altered perception, as well as feeling their heart quicken. It can alter your perception to make you feel hopeless. The antidepressant you are on is unrelated to this. Aplenzin, gives you access to more of your norepinephrine and dopamine, what makes you feel pleasure and motivation. It gives you a higher amount of these chemicals in your brain to make you feel happier. So, you can do both of these, but the antidepressant is what will make you happy. Answered by Jo Cott 1 month ago.
Hello David. I am not a doctor, but I can tell you it is never a good idea to stop taking an antidepressant abruptly. Withdrawal can be severe. Antidepressants won't cure you of your depression, but they will help control the symptoms of depression. You don't have to live a life of 'artifical happiness'. You CAN be truly happy, but you need to work at it. And what I mean by that is making smart choices, and in my opinion, drugs are not a smart (or wise) choice. I have suffered from clinical depression since my 20's (now in my 40's). I've been to that deep, dark hole you refer to and it is very scary. I was hospitalized twice because I just wanted to die - I didn't have a suicide plan, I just didn't want to live. I never thought I would see the light of day, but I finally got there. You do need to discuss what you've written here with your doctor. It is not a wise choice to stop your medication. In my opinion, over time weed just won't cut it for you and then you'll start to experiment with harder drugs. If you are not finding relief from your current antidepressant, tell your doctor. Sometimes you have to experiment with different antidepressants until you find what works best for you. I am unsure whether or not you are in 'talk' therapy, but you may find group therapy helpful with kids your age. David, you are 15 years old. You've got a full life ahead of you and a world of opportunities awaiting you!! Don't turn to drugs. If you'd like to email me, I'm happy to talk with you. I wish you all the best... Answered by Jodee Joswick 1 month ago.
You need to tell your doctor what you said here. What you are describing may be a side effect from the antidepressant you are talking about. You will not get in trouble. Just print this out and tell him/her. Answered by Santos Barski 1 month ago.