I have been taken bupropion for ten days now and have not been able to put my cigarettes down yet how long does it normaly take for the medication to starte working I realy want to quit I already tried chantix and it did not work if this medication doesn't work also what medication do you recommend this question is very important to me please answer quick so I can ask my doctor for a differant medication thank you
19 Aug 2010
It might not, unfortunately its a shot in the dark if Bupropion will or will not help stop people from smoking. However not to make you feel bad it will take longer than 10 days, at least usually to see the full results. I only know this from my history with Wellbutrin XL. (non-generic Bupropion) It can take a month or more to saturate your system (brain) to do any good. It might also take a higher dosage, if you don't mind me asking what dosage are you at now? There are not to many options either for help with nicotine addiction, Bupropion has proven to be the most useful in testing so I have read. Don't give up, and don't forget it is suppose to "help" with it, you still have to do your part. =)
- Bupropion Information for Consumers
- Bupropion Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Bupropion (detailed)
Search for questions
Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.
... smoker that wants to quit, but having a hard time.
1 answer • 28 Oct 2009
Smoking Cessation - My doctor is starting me on the Fentanyl patch. I start tonight, I keep putting?
... off putting one on. He started me on 25mcg and I change the patch once every three days. Will this affect my chances to quit smoking? I posted on ...
3 answers • 26 Nov 2009
Ok I was taken Zispin an antidepressant for yeats 30mgs .Now i went to see my doctor and as I have being smoking more than normal i asked and ...
3 answers • 30 Sep 2012
I started taking bupropion to quit smoking so how long will it take for this medicine to start working and making cigarettes nasty to the taste
7 answers • 13 Dec 2012
Smoking Cessation - Today is the day I decided to quit smoking!!! I'm on the patch but my arm is red
... and itchy? Is this normal? I've decided to quit because I've had chest congestion for awhile and tried a zpak and amoxicillin and it ...
2 answers • 5 Nov 2013