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- Sun, 21 Aug 2016 06:57:27 EST NBjAZ7qL No.54411
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So I've got a script for Vyvanse and Wellbuturin, tried quite a few pharmaceutical combinations for depression and anxiety but this combination seems to work best for me. I know a decent amount about vyvanse, and am aware of how it affects my system, I take it on an as-needed basis.
I've been concerned with the lack of concrete information about possible longterm side effects of taking Wellbuturin. I've been on a variety of antidepressants but this is the first medication that really made a difference, I'd be willing to accept some damage in exchange for a drastically better quality of life, but I want to know now what organ systems may be affected so I can look out for damage. I know to watch my heartrate and bloodpressure on vyvanse, and take care to hydrate, nourish, and clean both myself and my teeth when I take it to keep side effects down to a minimum.
Does wellbuturin have long term consequences? Is there anything I can do to possibly avoid these?
Sophie Crirrysurk - Wed, 24 Aug 2016 02:36:01 EST NBjAZ7qL No.54428 Reply
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Or other antidepressants for that matter, I feel like the side effects of these medications aren't discussed enough. I may take this for the rest of my life, considering how much it has improved it, I just want to know what to look out for.
Phineas Blunningshaw - Thu, 25 Aug 2016 07:06:31 EST NBjAZ7qL No.54434 Reply
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Barnaby Clivingfield - Wed, 31 Aug 2016 03:58:40 EST NBjAZ7qL No.54454 Reply
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Nathaniel Cecklehood - Mon, 05 Sep 2016 03:09:55 EST ekupvgEh No.54467 Reply
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Both drugs work on the dopamine, I know that much. I take it you've tried other ssris that focus more so on the seratonin and not gotten quite the results. Wellbutrin is also the closest thing they can prescribe to an aphrodisiac as well as I'm sure you might have noticed. I wouldn't worry too much, I know doctors will tell you not to worry about it much either. These things are tried and true though you've just gotta trust in that. Also be mindful of your heart rate and stuff, but don't worry about it all the time, that will make it worse. I take adderall which is like vyvanse but a little less safe and still manage to exercise without it effecting me too much. Worrying about side effects tends to excasterbate them if they're even there. Where did you first see that jpg of Cyrus btw? Just wondering
Cedric Cluffingwurk - Mon, 05 Sep 2016 03:22:24 EST Him0+FFN No.54468 Reply

Both can make obsessive behaviors more prevalent also, like checking pulse rate, washing hands, brushing teeth, worrying about side effects, haha
Edward Sullycocke - Fri, 09 Sep 2016 00:34:19 EST NBjAZ7qL No.54476 Reply
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Oh jesus dude, I think on r/trailerparkboys, thanks for the suggestions. I'm not too worried, I'm in pretty good health right now, I just like knowing what to expect down the line. I read some stuff about seizures being more common or more likely to occur, but that seems to be the drawing out of an underlying issue.

Thanks for the help, honestly I don't know about the aphrodisiac effect, I've always had a high sex drive even in the worst of my depression. I'm mindful of my heartrate when I work out, it seems like my heartrate climbs a bit higher during heavy cardio than it should ( think like 185bpm vs the recommended 175ish?, I know that I go over the limit stated on machines with some frequency, but I have good blood pressure and a low resting heartrate.
Eugene Horringcocke - Wed, 14 Sep 2016 00:16:45 EST NBjAZ7qL No.54483 Reply
Probably more of a stroke risk than heartshit if I think about it.
Nell Clullerchadging - Fri, 16 Sep 2016 20:28:21 EST TU11BdrP No.54486 Reply
I am a nurse who works in a Neurology office. We prescribe Wellbuturin more so than any other antidepressant. One of our PA's daughters takes it. Wellbuturin is one of the safest antidepressants you can take. There are very few health risks, the biggest one is maybe a slight loss of appetite, but honestly I hear very few patients complain of this. I'm happy you have found a medication combination that works for you! Also, never be afraid to ask your doctor if you have concerns about your medications, I know it can be difficult sometimes to ask, but your doctor wants to help you and does want you to feel 100% safe taking your medications!
Alice Bannerham - Sun, 18 Sep 2016 00:11:15 EST NBjAZ7qL No.54487 Reply
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Thank you, that somewhat puts my heart at ease, that's good to know. I'd be more open, but there's just so much at stake right now. I disclosed that I discovered how well vyvanse worked for my by taking it illicitly, and have been pretty open about my continuing use of weed to bring the energy down at the end of the day. What I haven't been as open about has been the amount I (functioninally) smoke, because I once again don't want to risk losing the prescriptions I have, as they are working so well for me.

Also I have noticed some mild arrhythmia once in a while with the vyvanse but without a guaranteed alternate source I'm not about to jeopardize what I've got going here to ask some questions. Sad, but that's the way it is.
Shitting Buvinglit - Tue, 20 Sep 2016 16:40:54 EST 0THamHkj No.54492 Reply
Wellbutrin is great for weight loss, at least for me. I am prescribed it for depression, but I actually take it to keep from gaining weight, as I am a foodlover/binge eater and I tend to hover around 180-210 pounds over a week or two if I am not medicated. On Welburin, I am a solid 180 no matter what I eat. Very little exercise required, maybe walking a mile a day.

I'm depressed anyway, as I eat for comfort, but I get the best of both worlds with Welbutrin.

I do believe the effect can waver over time. I began to notice that I was gaining weight again and asked my doctor to toss in the Instant Release Wellbutrin on top of my Extended Release, and BAM, I dropped 20 pounds in about two weeks.

Somebody really needs to study the weight loss value here, because I don't think I am a special snowflake.
Caroline Gunderfoot - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 17:16:18 EST NBjAZ7qL No.54504 Reply
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Interesting, I'm catching myself slipping into binge eating on occasion. I'm relatively active and eat alright, so it's not too impactful yet, but I don't really notice it affecting my appetite too much.

Then again I'm fucked up in general so I may have a few systems out of whack.

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