Wellbutrin Side Effects.
A Wellbutrin side effect can range
from mild - like dry mouth, nausea and drowsiness - to
life-threatening Wellbutrin side effects like liver failure and
increased suicide risk. Addiction and subsequent
withdrawal symptoms also
rank on the list of serious Wellbutrin side effects. Wellbutrin
has also been linked to Parkinsonís Disease. Each individual will
experience Wellbutrin side effects differently. This list of
Wellbutrin side effects might not cover all adverse side effects
People seeking depression or ADHD relief should carefully evaluate Wellbutrin side effects before deciding to take Wellbutrin.
Consult your healthcare professional about Wellbutrin side effects
before using this drug. The natural antidepressant
Deprex is a safe and effective depression
treatment scientifically formulated to elevate mood without the
potentially harmful side effects commonly associated with
Wellbutrin. Self-help techniques, psychotherapy, diet and
lifestyle changes or a combination of approaches have also
successfully worked at treating depression.
Only you can decide if Wellbutrin is the best
means of treating depression symptoms. If considering using
Wellbutrin, thoroughly discuss Wellbutrin side effect concerns
with your physician.
Wellbutrin Side Effects:
_ Deepened depression.
_ Increased risk of suicide.
_ Change in sex drive or ability.
_ Loss of libido.
_ Difficulty urinating or frequent urination.
_ Rapid or irregular heartbeats.
_ Chest pain.
_ Shortness of breath.
_ Dry mouth.
_ Insomnia or sleeplessness.
_ Skin rash.
_ Weight gain or weight loss.
_ Excessive sweating.
_ Ringing in the ears.
_ Flu-like symptoms such as aching muscles, fatigue, and
_ Loss of coordination.
_ Muscle or joint pain.
_ Blurred vision.
The FDA issued a public health alert for Wellbutrin in March 2004
warning that Wellbutrin side effects include deeper depression and
an increased suicide risk.
The FDA also issued a public health advisory in October 2003 about
increased reports of suicidal thinking, suicide attempts,
hostility and self-harm in children using Wellbutrin. The FDA
urges that Wellbutrin be used with caution in children.
An allergic reaction is a possible Wellbutrin side effect. Stop
taking Wellbutrin and contact your doctor immediately or seek
emergency medical treatment if you experience difficulty
breathing, closing of the throat, swelling of the lips, face, or
tongue, hives, a fast or irregular heartbeat or seizures. Contact
your doctor immediately if you experience yellowing of the skin or
Do not stop taking Wellbutrin without first talking to your
doctor. Your doctor may need to gradually reduce the dose before
stopping Wellbutrin completely. Suddenly stopping Wellbutrin may
cause unpleasant and potentially serious side effects.
*This antidepressant drug information does not
endorse Wellbutrin, diagnose patients or recommend therapy. The
information contained herein is not intended to cover all possible
warnings, uses, precautions, drug interactions, allergic
reactions, or adverse side effects of Wellbutrin. If you have
questions about the drugs you are taking, check with your health
care provider or pharmacist. The information provided should not
be construed to indicate that Wellbutrin is safe, effective or