American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for the drug bupropion, used as an antidepressant.
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“Generic bupropion (Wellbutrin is the more expensive brand name).”
“Wellbutrin is infamous for tailing off in effectiveness after a few years for some people; it’s one of the reasons why I was never on it (instead, I started on Cylert, until they started having these liver-failure problems — like no warning, six months to transplant or death.”
“It is marketed under the brand name Wellbutrin and generic buprophion as a treatment for depression.”
“Wellbutrin aka zyban has been excellent for making cigs taste & feel really harsh crappy and boring.”
“Other than that, she prescribed me Wellbutrin, which is apparently an appetite suppresant (which I told her I didn't need), an anti-depressant, and an aid to quit smoking.”
“One drug, bupropion is an antidepressant known by the brand name Wellbutrin; it is also sold as Zyban to help people quit smoking.”
“The agency's request suggests that the appetite-suppressing drug - a combination of naltrexone, a drug used to treat addiction, and bupropion, an antidepressant commonly known by the brand name Wellbutrin - might come eventually.”
“For example, I gained over 30 lbs when I started using Wellbutrin, which is apparently a known side effect for a small percentage of the population and I happen to be one of those lucky few.”
“So that's why the stimulants, which affect primarily norepinephrine, or some of the non-stimulant medications that are out there like Strattera or Intuniv, or there's an antidepressant called Wellbutrin, they primarily affect norepinephrine, so they have then some benefit for ADHD, but often not as much as the stimulants do.”
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