I haven't had any luck in the drug identifier websites and I'm curious about a drug my teen age daughters friend is taking, she don't know what it is other than for hyperactivity. It is a round white pill with WPI839 stamped on it. Could I get some help with this.
25 Jul 2005
It's Bupropion Sustained Release Tablets 150 mg.
AKA- (Wellbutrin XL or Zyban)
BUPROPION is an antidepressant, a medicine that helps to lift mental depression. Bupropion acts differently from other antidepressants and may be useful for treating patients who have had unusual or limiting effects from other antidepressants. Occasionally bupropion is prescribed for other behavioral or emotional problems. Generic bupropion extended-release tablets are not yet available.
- Bupropion Information for Consumers
- Bupropion Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Bupropion (detailed)
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