Mouth dryness effect of Wellbutrin

We have 50 consumer reports for Wellbutrin. Mouth dryness effect occurred in 6%.

Patients statistics on Mouth dryness side effect for Wellbutrin


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Wellbutrin Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 50 reported about Mouth dryness

  1. Bess L. Campbell says:
    4.0 rating

    Wellbutrin for Depression

    Depression has stabilized for about 2 years, since about 9 months, the anti-depressive effect decreases significantly. Side effects: extreme (sometimes painful dry mouth), headache, difficulty concentrating, weight loss (BMI at about 18.3 – difficulty not to fall lower). This makes it somewhat infectious and low in physical energy. Acne! Really bad with deep, hard, only partially purulent pimples, which heal very slowly and leave scars. (especially the face, neck) For even a light sporting effort: spasmodic, extreme headache, similar to migraine.

    Side effects: Mouth dryness; Headache
  2. Alexandria C. South says:
    3.0 rating

    Wellbutrin for Depression

    At the beginning temporarily tachycardia, nightmares, dry mouth, no weight gain, but drive gives as the actual AD I do not find it. Emotions are there as well as the irritability

    Side effects: Mouth dryness; Nightmares
  3. Hector L. Tran says:
    4.5 rating

    Wellbutrin for Depression

    Be 1.5 years severe depressive episode with panic attacks and generalized anxiety disorder. Panic Attacks: Venlaflaxin very good effect. Lyrica only minor effect. Other drugs have no effect. Generalized anxiety disorder: Lyrica very good effect, venlaflaxin moderate to good effect. Lamotrigine moderate effect. Depression: Therapy resistance to antidepressants of the SSRI and SSRNI class (venlaflaxin, sertraline, citalopram). Therapy to lithium. Wellbutrin low to moderate effect. Lamotrigine very good effect. Nicotine addiction (unplanned treatment): Wellbutrin very good effect. Side effects Venlaflaxin in the first four weeks: anxiety, dizziness, severe agitation, loss of libido, headache, sleep disorders. Venlaflaxin after the first four weeks: complete loss of libido. Lyrica: weight gain, initially tiredness. Wellbutrin: Sleep disorders, headache (both only at the beginning). Dry mouth. Lithium: Severe tremor, acne, weight gain, dry mouth, thirst. Lamotrigine: no side effects. After more than a year of drug treatment and unsuccessful treatments, I was prescribed the drug lamotrigine. This works very well, without side effects. Since I also have ADHD, it has modified my depression. The result was, as with many ADHD and depression patients, an extensive therapy license. According to my specialist in ADHD and mood disorders (depression, anxiety), the drugs Wellbutrin and Lamotrigine are in most cases very effective while classic antidepressants fail. After more than 1.5 years of immeasurable torment and suffering, I am finally on the road to recovery. Even if one does not believe it, it passes. PS: Was briefly treated with Seroquel (fatigue, appetite increase, weight gain) and Ritalin (agitation)