The use of bupropion in the treatment of nicotine dependence leads to the appearance of the following phenomena: trembling of the limbs, redness of the face increased sexual desire. This side symptomatology becomes one of the reasons for refusing to take the drug. However, unpleasant events occur after 2 weeks of use (at a maximum dosage of 300 mg).
Admission of antidepressants may be accompanied by:
- an occurrence of dry mouth;
- sharp changes in mood;
- a violation of digestion, which is manifested by nausea, vomiting, poor appetite;
- problems with vision;
- violation of concentration;
- difficulties with urination.
In some cases, during admission, tachycardia, vascular pathology, Stephen-Johnson syndrome (characterized by damage to the mucous membranes and skin of allergic genesis), epileptic seizures, jaundice, and liver inflammation may occur.
Interaction with other drugs
Before using bupropion it is necessary to familiarize yourself with the list of substances that are incompatible with the substance. It will avoid complications and negative consequences. It is not recommended to appoint a bupropion with:
- other antidepressants;
- anxiolytics, that is, drugs aimed at eliminating anxiety, fear, anxiety, emotional stress;
- glucocorticoids (including those with external use);
- antibiotics from the ceftriaxone group;
- medications that are prescribed for Parkinson’s disease;
- drugs that reduce blood sugar (including insulin).